Oils, Fats and Lipids in the 3 rd Millennium:

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6 ISI Impact Factor (2006): 1.184 Topical Issues: • Dossiers and Special Issues • Fat crystallization • Emden conference 2007 Fats and Oils as Renewable Feedstock for the Chemical Industry • Lipidomics • Virgin (cold-pressed) oils

Oils, Fats and Lipids in the 3rd Millennium: Challenges, Achievements and Perspectives

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3 i n v i tat i o n The European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids (Euro Fed Lipid) cordially invites you to attend its 6th International Congress

Oils, Fats and Lipids in the 3rd Millenium:

Challenges, Achievements and Perspectives 07-10 September 2008, Hotel Intercontinental Athenaeum, Athens, Greece Scientific Committee Fragiskos Kolisis (Congress Chairman), National Technical University of Athens and National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece Dimitrios Boskou (Chairman of the Scientific Committee), University of Thessaloniki, Greece Mohd Basri Wahid Mal. Palm Oil Board, Kajang, Malaysia Giuseppe Bee Swiss Federal Research Station for Animal Production, Posieux, Switzerland Uwe T. Bornscheuer University of Greifswald, Germany Photis Dais University of Crete, Heraklion, Greece Ivo Feussner University of Göttingen, Germany Eckhard Flöter Unilever R&D, Vlaardingen, The Netherlands Giuseppe Fregapane University UCLM Ciudad Real, Spain Marc Kellens n.v. Desmet Ballestra Group s.a., Zaventem, Belgium Michel Lagarde Insa-Lyon / INSERM, Villeurbanne, France Bertrand Matthäus Max Rubner-Institute, Münster, Germany Johnathan Napier Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, UK Vassiliki Oreopoulou Nat. Techn. University Athens, Greece Nikos Papayannakos Nat. Techn. University Athens, Greece Jana Pickova University of Uppsala, Sweden Aziz Tekin University of Ankara, Turkey Brigitte Thomasset Technical University of Compiegne, France Antonia Trichopoulou University of Athens, Greece Alexandros Tselepis University of Ioannina, Greece Maria Tsimidou University of Thessaloniki, Greece Gerrit van Duijn Unilever R&D, Vlaardingen, The Netherlands Francesco Visioli University Pierre&Marie Curie, Paris, France Aris Xenakis Nat. Hellenic Res. Foundation, Athens, Greece Antonis Zampelas Agricultural University of Athens, Greece Organisation: Euro Fed Lipid Headquarters, Frankfurt Frank Amoneit Sevim Saritas¸ 6 th E u r o F e d L i p i d C o n g r e s s · 0 7 – 1 0 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 8 · A t h e n s · G r e e c e


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a n i n t r o d u c t i o n t o at h e n s

Dear colleague, This year, the Euro Fed Lipid congress series is about to reach its 6th building block. Only very optimistic coevals would have considered it possible in 2000 during the foundation of Euro Fed Lipid, that the annual congress of this young federation would develop into the central meeting point of the European Fats, Oils and Lipids research and industry so quickly and thoroughly.

In Athens, some things never change – including tourist magnets like the Acropolis and the Parthenon. Other parts of Athens, how­ ever, would be unrecognizable to someone who’d visited a few years ago. Thanks to a pedestrian-friendly Olympic makeover in 2004, this formerly congested city is golden once again.

The 6th congress in Athens may easily become the next highlight: The scientific committee has prepared an excellent lecture programme, consisting of 5 plenary lectures delivered by high ranked, award-winning personalities, keynote and other lectures in 15 sessions and two workshops covering the full range of fats & oils disciplines. Young researchers are invited to present their first results to the scientific community and to discuss them with senior experts. 50 countries from all five continents are expected to be represented. Thanks to the genius loci, Olive Oil will surely be a hot topic. According to the legend, even the foundation of Athens was caused by a gift from goddess Athena who presented the Olive tree to the Athenians, winning the rivalry with Poseidon, who just offered a salt water fountain. We cordially invite you to attend the 6th Euro Fed Lipid congress and to explore the very special atmosphere of the city yourself.

Ron Potman President of Euro Fed Lipid

Fragiskos Kolisis Congress Chairman and Chairman of the Greek Lipidforum

Dimitrios Boskou Chairman of the Scientific Committee

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Athens is a city with the most glorious history in the world, a city worshipped by gods and people. The enchanting capital of Greece has been a birthplace for civilization. It is the city where democracy was born and most of the wise men of ancient times. The most important civilization of the ancient world flourished in Athens and relives through some of the world‘s most formidable edifices. A visit to Athens will prove to be a trip back in time. You will experience the excitement of visiting places where great historic events actually happened, 25 centuries ago. You can see the Dionysos Theatre (the world‘s oldest theatre where great plays by Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides were first performed), or walk around the Pnyx – the birthplace of democracy – where Athenian citizens assembled and vo­ ted on major political issues. You can also stroll through the Agora (an­cient marketplace) as Socrates, Plato and © Fantasy (wikipedia) Aristotle once did. The most memorable part of your visit to Athens could well be the ascent to the Acropolis. The magnificent Parthenon, built on top of the hill in the 5th century BC, is one of the greatest architectural masterpieces of all time.

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09:00-10:00 10:00-10:45 10:45-11:05 11:05-11:25 11:25-11:45

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Ballroom III

Plenary Lecture (European Lipid Science Award) Coffee Break Processing, Developments in Oil and Fat Technology

Oils, Fats and Lipids in Human Nutrition

Coffee Break Plant Lipids

Olive Oil

Non Edible Uses, Biodiesel

11:45-12:05 12:05-12:25 12:30-13:30 13:30-13:50 13:50-14:10 14:10-14:30

Lunch Processing, Developments in Oil and Fat Technology

Oils, Fats and Lipids in Human Nutrition

Lunch Plant Lipids



Olive Oil

Enzymatic Biodiesel Production

14:30-14:50 14:50-15:10 15-10-15:40 15:40-16:00 16:00-16:20 16:20-16:40

Coffee Break Processing, Developments in Oil and Fat Technology

Frying Oils and Frying Technologies

Coffee Break Functional Constitutes (Omega-3, Sterols, Nutraceuticals)



Olive Oil

Enzymatic Biodiesel Production

16:40-17:00 17:00-17:20 17:30-19:00

Poster Session B

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Poster Session B

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08:30-08:50 08:50-09:10


Scientific Programme – lectures Monday, 8 September, Tuesday, 09 2008 September, 2008


Omega / Lamda

Ypsilon 1,2,3

Ypsilon 4,5

Ballroom II

Ballroom III

Analytical Techniques and Authenticity

Frying Oils and Frying Technologies

Palm Oil

Olive Oil

Non Edible Uses, Biodiesel

09:10-09:30 09:50-10:10 10:15-10:45 10:45-11:05 11:05-11:25

Coffee Break Analytical Techniques and Authenticity

Biotechnological Application, By-Products

Coffee Break Palm Oil

Olive Oil

Non Edible Uses, Biodiesel

11:25-11:45 11:45-12:05 12:05-12:25 12:30-13:30 13:30-13:50 13:50-14:10

Lunch Physical Properties

Biotechnological Application, By-Products

Lunch Lipids in Animal Science

Olive Oil

Lipid Oxidation, Antioxidants

14:10-14:30 14:30-14:50 14:50-15:10 15-10-15:40 15:40-16:00 16:00-16:20

Coffee Break Physical Properties

Lipid Bioscience, Lipidomics in Health and Disease

Coffee Break Lipids in Animal Science

Olive Oil

Lipid Oxidation, Antioxidants

16:20-16:40 16:40-17:00 17:00-17:20 17:20-17:40 20:00-23:00

Congress Dinner

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Congress Dinner

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Scientific Programme – lectures

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Monday, 8Wednesday, September,10 2008 September, 2008 Morning

Omega / Lamda

Ypsilon 1,2,3

Ypsilon 4,5

Ballroom II

Lipid Bioscience, Lipidomics in Health and Disease

Physical Properties

Lipids in Pharmaceutics

Olive Oil

08:40-09:00 09:00-09:20 09:20-09:40

Ballroom III Lipid Oxidation, Antioxidants

09:40-10:00 10:00-10:20 10:20-10:40 10:40-11:30

Coffee Break

Coffee Break


Plenary Lecture Normann Medal


Plenary Lecture Chevreul Medal


Closing Remarks

O i l s , F a t s a n d L i p i d s i n t h e 3 rd M i l l e n n i u m

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15 Scientific Programme – lectures

Sunday, 07 September, 2008


Plenary Lectures

Scientific Programme – lectures Monday, 08 September, 2008


Plenary Lectures

Plenary Hall (Ballroom II+III) Chair: Ron Potman, Fragiskos Kolisis, Dimitrios Boskou 15.30-15.45 Welcome and Opening 15.45-16.30 Opening Lecture Lipoprotein-associated Phospholipase A2 is an Important Determinant of Lipoprotein Functionality. Implication for Atherosclerosis and Cardiovascular Disease A.D. Tselepis, Ioannina/GR 16.30-17.30 European Lipid Technology Award Lecture: The Enzymatic Evolution of the Oils and Fats Industry H.C. Holm, Bagsvaerd/DK 17.30-19.00 Opening Mixer and Poster Session A – Poster Area

Plenary Hall (Ballroom II+III) Chair: Ron Potman, Fragiskos Kolisis, Dimitrios Boskou 09.00-10.00 European Lipid Science Award Lecture: Membrane Lipids and Degenerative Diseases K. Sandhoff, Bonn/D 10.00-10.45 Coffee Break Olive Oil

10.45-11.05 11.05-11.25




Ballroom II Chair: Dimitros Boskou and Giuseppe Fregapane Subsession: „Composition, Quality, Stability“ Factors Affecting Virgin Olive Oil Aroma G. Blekas, Thessaloniki/GR Limiting Factors for the Biosynthesis of Virgin Olive Oil Aroma C. Sanz, A. Sanchez-Ortiz, C. Romero, A.G. Perez, Sevilla/E Biochemical and Molecular Characterization of Olive Fruit Lipoxygenases and Hydroperoxide Lyase and their Contribution to the Biogenesis of Virgin Olive Oil Aroma J.M. Martinez-Rivas, M. Padilla, C. Sanz, Sevilla/E The Effects of Irrigation with Recycled Water on Olive Oil Chemical and Sensorial Properties Z. Kerem, Rehovot/IL, U. Yermiyahu, A. Ben-Gal, I. Tzipori, R. Arel, Aro/IL, L. Bashir, Rehovot/IL, A. Dag, Aro/IL Virgin Olive Oil: Activity and Structure of Endogenous Amphiphiles and Enzymes A. Xenakis, V. Papadimitriou, E. Tzika, T.G. Sotiroudis, Athens/GR

12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak

O i l s , F a t s a n d L i p i d s i n t h e 3 rd M i l l e n n i u m

6 th E u r o F e d L i p i d C o n g r e s s · 0 7 – 1 0 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 8 · A t h e n s · G r e e c e


17 Scientific Programme – lectures

Monday, 08 September, 2008


Non Edible Uses, Biodiesel



11.25-11.45 11.45-12.05 12.05-12.25

Ballroom III Chair: Jose Aracil and Dmitry Yu. Murzin Lipid Modification of Amino Acids, Carbohydrates and Polyols – Combination Products from Renewable Resources M.P. Schneider, H.-J. Altenbach, B. Jakob, R. Ihizane, K. Lange, G. Machmüller, S. Müller, Wuppertal/D Decarboxylation of Oils, Fats, Lipids and Fatty Acids in Biomass to Liquid Fuel (BTL) Schemes E.A. Stadlbauer, B. Weber, S. Bojanowski, S. Hossain, S. Stengl, Giessen/D Isomerisation and Isomerising Hydroformylation of Fatty Compounds A. Behr, S. Rothstock, Dortmund/D Reactions with Plant Oils Containing Conjugated Triene Fatty Acids U. Biermann, W. Butte, J.O. Metzger, Oldenburg/D Functional Polymers Derived from Oilseeds: Chemistry, Material Properties, and Economics S.S. Narine, Edmonton, AB/CDN

Scientific Programme – lectures Monday, 08 September, 2008 Oils, Fats and Lipids in Human Nutrition

10.45-11.05 11.05-11.25




12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak Processing, Developments in Oil and Fat Technology

10.45-11.05 11.05-11.25

11.25-11.45 11.45-12.05 12.05-12.25

Lecture Hall „Omega-Lamda“ Chair: Gerrit van Duijn and Marc Kellens FEDIOL Activities on Contaminants in Vegetable Oils in the EU Regulatory Framework C.L. Bechert, Bruxelles/B Determination of the Individual Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Crude and Bleached Vegetable Oils Cs. Dianoczki, Zs. Kemeny, K. Recseg, K. Kovari, Budapest/H The Risk and Removal of Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Aflatoxin in the Coconut Oil Supply Chain M. Mencos, Barcelona/E Occurence and Removal of Contaminants in Fish Oil and Fish Meal H. Sorensen, Esbjerg/DK Effect of Argan Oil Production on Sensory and Oxidative Properties B. Matthäus, Münster/D, Z. Charrouf, S. Gharbi, Rabat/MA

12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak


Lecture Hall „Y 1,2,3“ Chair: Antonis Zampelas and Androniki Naska New Human Milk Fat Substitutes (HMFS) from Butterfat to Improve Absorption of Calcium and Energy H. Mu, Lyngby/DK The Burden of Ready-to-eat Meals – Content of Total Energy, Fat, Saturated Fatty Acids and Salt S. Kanzler, M. Manschein, A. Gruber, K.-H. Wagner, Vienna/A Contents of trans and Other Groups of Fatty Acids in Various Food Products and Its Nutritional Evaluation J. Dostalova, Prague/CZ, J. Brat, Nelahozeves/CZ, M. Dolezal, D. Lukesova, Prague/CZ trans-9,trans-11- CLA is a Potent Liver X Receptor Agonist and Enhances Cholesterol Efflux in Human Macrophages J. Ecker, G. Liebisch, G. Schmitz, Regensburg/D Validation of the Whole Blood AA/EPA Ratio for the Ascertainment of Long Chain PUFA State of the Body: Observational Studies in Different Populations A.M. Rizzo, Milan/I

12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak Plant Lipids

10.45-11.25 11.25-11.45



Lecture Hall „Y 4,5“ Chair: Ivo Feussner and Brigitte Thomasset Subsession: “Lipid Metabolism and Modelling” Isotopologue Profiling. A Powerful Tool to Identify Pathways and Metabolite Flux in Plants W. Eisenreich, N. Schramek, Garching/D Quantitative Imaging of Oil Storage in Crop Seeds L. Borisjuk, Gatersleben/D, T. Neuberger, University Park, PA/USA, I. Feussner, Goettingen/D, H. Rolletschek, Gatersleben/D Effect of Environment Stresses on Edible Oil Content and Protein in Advanced Rapeseed Cultivars B. Delkhosh, G.H. Nour Mohamadi, A.H.S. Rad, F. Darvish, M.J. Mirhadi, Tehran/IR Designing Sunflower Oils for Healthy Foods E. Martinez-Force, J.J. Salas, M. Venegas-Calerón, M.A. Troncoso-Ponce, J.D. Fernández-García, D. Gonzalez-Mellado, A.J. Moreno-Perez, R. Garcés, Sevilla/E

12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak

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Monday, 08 September, 2008


Workshop Olive Oil

Scientific Programme – lectures Monday, 08 September, 2008


Workshop „Enzymatic Biodiesel Production“

Ballroom II 13.30-13.50 Innovative Aspects in Olive Growing R. Gucci, Pisa/I 13.50-14.10 Contaminants and Regulations: What to do A. Cane, D. Baglio, Inveruno (MI)/I 14.10-14.30 Olive Mills for this Millennium Author to be announced 14.30-14.50 Quality and Purity Control: Pros and Cons of Current Standards and In-house Methods L.S. Conte, Udine/I, S. Moret, G. Purcaro, M. Marega, Pizzale L./I 14.50-15.10 Prediction and Assurance of Virgin Olive Oil Quality from the Olive Fruit G. Fregapane, M.D. Salvador, Ciudad Real/E

13.20-13.50 13.50-14.10 14.10-14.30 14.30-14.50 14.50-15.10

Ballroom III Chair: Hans Christian Holm To be announced Process Integration for the Enzymatic Production of Biodiesels X. Xu, Aarhus/DK Integrated Production for Biodiesel and PDO with Lipase-catalyzed Transesterification and Fermentation D. Liu, W. Du, H. Liu, Y. Sun, Beijing/PRC Solvent-free Production of BDF using C. antarctica Lipase – Stepwise Alcoholysis Y. Watanabe, Osaka/J To be announced

15.10-15.40 Coffee Break

15.10-15.40 Coffee Break 15.40-16.00 Olive Oil, Nutrition, and Consumers M.I. Covas, Barcelona/E 16.00-16.20 Culinary Uses and Biological Importance of Virgin Olive Oil and other Olive Oil Types. What Should an Informed Consumer know? D. Boskou, Thessaloniki/GR 16.20-16.40 Sensory Quality of Virgin Olive Oils: Methodologies and Applications M.D. Salvador, G. Fregapane, Ciudad Real/E 16.40-17.00 Packaging, Storage and Shelf-life Author to be announced 17.00-17.20 Emerging and Future Markets Author to be announced

17.30-19.00 Poster session B – Poster Area

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15.40-16.00 Prospects for Lipases in Biodiesel Production C.C. Akoh, Athens, GA/USA 16.00-16.20 New Lipase Preparations for Industrial Production of Biodiesel S. Basheer, Shfar-Am/IL 16.20-16.40 Enzymes in Biodiesel Production – Technical and Economical aspects P.M. Nielsen, Bagsvaerd/DK 16.40-17.20 Round Table Discussion: Key Research Issues for Commercialization of Enzymatic Biodiesel Production

17.30-19.00 Poster session B – Poster Area

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20 Scientific Programme – lectures Monday, 08 September, 2008


Processing, Developments in Oil and Fat Technology

13.30-13.50 13.50-14.10

14.10-14.30 14.30-14.50


Lecture Hall „Omega-Lamda“ Chair: Gerrit van Duijn and Marc Kellens Manufacture of Fat Flakes with Controlled Thickness M.M.P. Zieverink, Delft/NL, S. Kreger, Zwijndrecht/NL The Influence of De-oxygenation on the Quality of Linseed Oil F. Pudel, Magdeburg/D, L. Brühl, Münster/D, T. Krause, Magdeburg/D, B. Matthäus, Münster/D, M. Nordkvist, Ishøj/DK Process for Producing Soy White Flakes and Soy Protein Concentrates P. Van Doosselaere, Brussels/B New Network for the Valorisation of Native Fatty Acids from Rapeseed via an Integrated Process with Three Phase Partitioning G. Vaca Medina, Z. Mouloungui, J.F. Fabre, L. Lacroux, Toulouse/F Reserve Accumulation Kinetics and Oil Expressability during Linseed Maturation R. Savoire, J.-L. Lanoisellé, E. Vorobiev, B. Thomasset, Compiègne/F


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15.10-15.40 Coffee Break 15.40-16.00 The Influence of Lipase Type and Fat Origin on Enzymatic Interesterification W.D. Cowan, Chesham/GB, J. Hemann, Bagsvaerd/DK, H.S. Yee, Kuala Lumpur/MAL, H. C. Holm, Bagsvaerd/DK 16.00-16.20 The Demise of Industrial trans Fatty Acids and the Rise of Alternative Technologies P. Hogen, Hamburg/D 16.20-16.40 Reduction of trans Fatty Acid in Hydrogenation of Vegetable Oil using Novel Catalysts of Mesoporous Silicates with varying Pt Metal Loadings T. Golden, J.J. Leahy, T. Curtin, Limerick/IRL 16.40-17.00 Edible Oil Processing from US Perspective C.L.G. Dayton, Bradley, IL/USA 17.00-17.20 Factors Affecting the Composition and Stability of Rice Bran Oil S. Mezouari, Québec/CDN, K. Eichner, Münster/D

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Scientific Programme – lectures


Monday, 08 September, 2008

Oils, Fats and Lipids in Human Nutrition

13.30-13.50 13.50-14.10

14.10-14.30 14.30-14.50 14.50-15.10

Lecture Hall „Y 1,2,3“ Chair: Antonis Zampelas and Androniki Naska Plants Oils in the Dietary Management of Type-II Diabetes: Is there Scientific Evidence? K.H. Wagner, Vienna/A Can PAF Inhibitors in Olive Oil and its Respective Pomace Reduce Atherosclerotic Lesions Formation? N. Tsantila, H.C. Karantonis, D.N. Perrea, D.G. Iliopoulos, S.A. Theocharis, C. Iatrou, S. Antonopoulou, C.A. Demopoulos, Athens/GR Ruminant and Industrial Fatty Acids: Consumption Data and Health Aspects H.N.A. Grooten, C.M. Oomen, Rijswijk/NL Impact of Plant Oils on Adiponectin levels in Type 2 Diabetics E. Plasser, H. Brath, E. Forster, K.-H. Wagner, Vienna/A Distribution of Individual trans Fatty Acids and Conjugated Linoleic Acids in the Myocardium of Patients with Infarction K. Kuhnt, C. Jaenecke, K. Gruen, A. Renner, J. Gummert, G. Jahreis, Jena/D

Frying Oils and Frying Technologies

16.00-16.20 16.20-16.40 16.40-17.00 17.00-17.20

Plant Lipids

13.30-14.10 14.10-14.30



Lecture Hall „Y 4,5“ Chair: Ivo Feussner and Brigitte Thomasset Subsession “Exploitation of Plant Lipid Metabolism: Transgenesis” ICON – A world-wide Biotechnology Project in Industrial Plant Oils S. Stymne, Alnarp/S Lipid Research at BASF Plant Science – Increasing Oil Quantity and Optimizing Oil Quality T. Senger, T. Zank, Limburgerhof/D, E. Heinz, Hamburg/D, G. Wu, X. Qiu, Saskatoon, SK/CDN, A.-M. Kuijpers, I. Kunze, J. Bauer, P. Cirpus, Limburgerhof/D Rational Metabolic Engineering of Transgenic Plants for the Biosynthesis of Omega-3 Polyunsaturates J.A. Napier, O. Sayanova, R. Haslam, T. Li, N. Ruiz Lopez, Harpenden/GB Production of Very Long-chain ω-3 and ω-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Plants K. Hoppe, M. Hofmann, M. Wagner, Göttingen/D, A. Abbadi, Hohenlieth/D, M. Fulda, I. Feussner, Göttingen/D

15.10-15.40 Coffee Break

15.10-15.40 Coffee Break



Lecture Hall „Y 1,2,3“ Chair: Bertrand Matthäus Investigation of Oil Physical Properties Affecting Oil Absorption during Frying Process A.M. Ziaiifar, F. Courtois, G. Trystram, Massy/F Purification of Used Frying Oil P.I. Erefawe, R.D. Abigor, Benin City/WAN Regeneration of Used Frying Oil with Magnesium Silicate Produced from Rice Hull Ash S. Türkay, Z. Olgun, A. Sirkeciog˘lu, Istanbul/TR 3-MCPD-Esters in Edible Fats and in Fried Foodstuffs R. Weisshaar, Fellbach/D Determination of 3-MCPD in Fats, Oils and Fried Food using HPLC A. Oeser, Wuppertal/D

Functional Constituents (Omega-3, Sterols, Nutraceuticals)

15.40-16.00 16.00-16.20 16.20-16.40 16.40-17.00 17.00-17.20

Lecture Hall „Y 4,5“ Chair: Vassiliki Oreopoulou and Johnathan Napier The Issues Surrounding Fish as a Source of Long-chain n-3 Fatty Acids D.R. Tocher, Stirling/GB Sterols: Natural Levels in Foods, Fortification of Foods, Health Aspects and Potential Toxicity N.M. O Brien, T.P. O’Connor, Cork/IRL to be announced Fats and Oils as Functional Foods – Do we Really Need More? V.A. Frantzolas, Kifissia/GR Mechanisms of Lycopene Degradation in Oil-in-Water Emulsions C.S. Boon, D.J. McClements, J. Weiss, E.A. Decker, Amherst/USA

17.30-19.00 Poster session B – Poster Area 17.30-19.00 Poster session B – Poster Area

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Olive Oil

Scientific Programme – lectures Tuesday, 09 September, 2008


Non Edible Uses, Biodiesel

Ballroom II Chair: Aris Xenakis and Giorgos Blekas Subsession: „Composition, Quality, Stability“ 08.30-08.50 Virgin Olive Oil Stability and Minor Components Degradation during Storage G. Fregapane, V. Mancebo-Campos, M.D. Salvador, Ciudad Real/E 08.50-09.10 Synchronous Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Classical Assays: Tools for Monitoring Olive Oil Stability K.I. Poulli, G.A. Mousdis, C.A. Georgiou, Athens/GR 09.10-09.30 Preliminary Study of the Effects of Heating on Virgin Olive Oil Blended with Mild Deodorized Olive Oil A. Bendini, L. Cerretani, Cesena (FC)/I, M.A. Cremonini, Bologna/I, E. Chiavaro, Parma/I, L. Laghi, Cesena (FC)/I, G. Lercker, Bologna/I 09.30-09.50 Phenolic Antioxidant Contents of Some Virgin Olive Oils Produced in the Harsh Environmental Conditions of Tataouine (Southern Tunisia) I. Oueslati, Hammam-Lif/TN, M. Tsimidou, Thessaloniki/GR, Z. Zarrouk, Hammam-Lif/TN 09.50-10.10 Evaluation of Food Safety Management and Implementation of EN ISO 22000 in Greek Olive Oil Mills G. Boskou, C. Karatzas, P. Monou, H. Xezonakis, Athens/GR, I. Arvanitoyiannis, Volos/GR, V. Karathanos, Athens/GR 10.15-10.45 Coffee Break Chair: Maria Tsimidou and Maria D. Salvador 10.45-11.05 The Fatty Acid and Triglycerides Profile of Greek Olive Oil. A Longitudinal study of Laboratory Data E. Christopoulou, G. Boskou, S. Sarantou, M. Lazaraki, Athens/GR 11.05-11.25 Effect of Partial Crystallization of Olive Oil on the Composition and Stability of the Olive Oil Fractions J. Birch, M. Jansen, Dunedin/NZ 11.25-11.45 Innovative Determinations of Al, Si, Cu, Procymidone and Spinosad Residues in Olive Oils by Mass Spectrometric Techniques C. Benincasa, M.A. Caravita, B. Macchione, I. Muzzalupo, E. Perri, G. Sindona, Rende/I 11.45-12.05 Sensorial, Chemical and Spectroscopic Characterizations of Six French Virgin Olive Oils RDOs N. Dupuy, O. Galtier, D. Ollivier, J. Kister, C. Pinatel, J. Artaud, Marseille/F 12.05-12.25 Effects of Pitless Production and Malaxation under Nitrogen on the Oxidative Stability, Fatty Acid and Sterol Compositions of Olive Oil A. Tekin, Ankara/TR, A. Yorulmaz, Balikesir/TR, S. Turan, Bolu/TR

Ballroom III Chair: Manfred Schneider, Elio Santacesaria and Nikos Papayannakos 08.30-08.50 Heterogeneous Catalysis in Biodiesel Production E. Santacesaria, M. Di Serio, R. Tesser, Napoli/I 08.50-09.10 Catalytic Deoxygenation of Fatty Acids and their Derivatives for Synthesis of Biodiesel D. Murzin, P. Mäki-Arveka, M. Snåre, I. Kubickova, K. Eränen, Turku/FIN 09.10-09.30 Methodology for Biodiesel Production J. Aracil, A. Bouaid, M. Martinez, Madrid/E 09.30-09.50 Minor Components in Biodiesel and their Impact on Fuel Quality H. Stein, T. Wilharm, M. Wiedemann, Neusäß/D 09.50-10.10 Millimeter Waves as a Tool for Monitoring Biodiesel and Blend Diesel Content V.V. Meriakri, E.E. Chigrai, I.P. Nikitin, M.P. Parkhomenko, S.V. von Gratowski, Fryazino, Moscow/RUS 10.15-10.45 Coffee Break 10.45-11.05 Continuous Production of Biodiesel from Olive Oil Deodorizer Distillates using Supercritical Ethanol F. Özdemir, N. Akgün, Istanbul/TR 11.05-11.25 Investigations to the Use of Lipases for Biodiesel Production F. Pudel, G. Fleck, Magdeburg/D 11.25-11.45 Application of Vegetable Oil-Based Fluids as Transformer Oil J.O. Metzger, U. Biermann, Oldenburg/D 11.45-12.05 Pyrolysis of Triacylglycerols J. Smidrkal, Z. Belohlav, V. Filip, P. Zamostny, Praha/CZ 12.05-12.25 Catalytic Mono-Functionalization of Triacylglycerols M. Rüsch gen. Klaas, R. Wahlandt, Neubrandenburg/D 12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak

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Bruker Optics

Analytical Techniques and Authenticity Lecture Hall „Omega-Lamda“ Chair: Aziz Tekin and Photis Dais 08.30-08.50 Characterization of Triacylglycerols Using UPLC for Quality Control and Authentication of Edible Oils P.J. Lee, A.J. Di Gioia, Milford, MA/USA 08.50-09.10 On the Classification of Greek Oils (Geographical and Botanical Origin): Fatty Acids and Biophenols as Markers and Protection Units P.V. Petrakis, Athens/GR, A. Agiomyrgianaki, P. Dais, Heraklion/GR 09.10-09.30 Characterization of Turkish Olive Oils by Using Mutlivariate Statistical Methods A.S. Gümüskesen, F. Yemisçioglu, I. Eren, Izmir/TR 09.30-09.50 Antioxidant Capacity of Phenolics in Table Olives and Olive Leaves G. Boskou, A. Chiou, F. Salta, A. Mylona, N. K. Andrikopoulos, Athens/GR 09.50-10.10 Authentication of Fats and Oils: A multivariate Approach S.M. van Ruth, W. Akkermans, M. Rozijn, Wageningen/NL, B. Villegaz, Valencia/E, M. Ryan, Limerick/IRL, H. van der Kamp, Wageningen/NL

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10.15-10.45 Coffee Break 10.45-11.05 NMR based Metabonomic Analysis of the Effect of the Olive Oil Constituent Oleuropein on Different Toxicological Processes E. Mikros, M. Constantinou, A. Zira, M. Papaefthimiou, I. Andreadou, S. Theocharis, A. Tsantili-Kakoulidou, Athens/GR 11.05-11.25 Comprehensive GCxGC for the Analysis of Fats and Oils L.M. Sidisky, Bellefonte, PA/USA, L. Mondello, P.Q. Tranchida, P. Dugo, Messina/I 11.25-11.45 A new Perspective on trans Analysis by IR Spectroscopy F.R. van de Voort, Montreal, QC/CDN 11.45-12.05 FT-NIR Spectroscopy as a Rapid Test Method for SFC Determination D. Behmer, Ettlingen/D, A. Montasell, Barcelona/E 12.05-12.25 Development of a Mass Spectrometric Platform for Identification and Differential Quantitation of Lipids H.C. Koefeler, I.E. Streith, G.N. Rechberger, Graz/A 12.25-12.45 Characterization of the Desert Cultivated Olive Oils with Emphasis on TAG Profiling using MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry B. Chapagain, Z. Wiesman, Beer-Sheva/IL

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12.45-13.30 Lunchbreak

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Frying Oils and Frying Technologies Lecture Hall „Y 1,2,3“ Chair: Bertrand Matthäus 08.30-08.50 Stability of Frying Fats and Oils in Dependence of the Fried Goods Z. Zainal, H.-D, Isengard, Stuttgart/D 08.50-09.10 Application of Rapeseed Oils for Par-frying of French Fries K. Franke, Quakenbrück/D 09.10-09.30 Short-chain and Oxidized Fatty Acids in Fats and Oils used for Commercial Frying N. Kalogeropoulos, F.N. Salta, A. Chiou, N.K. Andrikopoulos, Athens/GR 09.30-09.50 Low SFA Oil Developed for Deep Frying Applications in Fast Food Restaurants: Frying Quality and Oxidative Stability M. Linder, G.A. Gbogouri, M.K. Al-Sayed Mahmoud, J. Fanni, M. Parmentier, Vandoeuvre lès Nancy/F 09.50-10.10 Process Optimization in Vacuum Frying of Mushroom Using Response Surface Methodology B. Ghiassi Tarzi, A. Bassiri, M. Ghavami, Tehran/IR 10.15-10.45 Coffee Break Biotechnological Applications, By-products Lecture Hall „Y 1,2,3“ Chair: Uwe Bornscheuer and Fragiskos Kolisis 10.45-11.25 Microbial and Plant Phospholipases D – a Comparison in View of their Biocatalytic Potential R. Ulbrich-Hofmann, M. Dippe, Halle/D 11.25-11.45 Discovery and Protein Engineering of Lipases for Lipid Modification U.T. Bornscheuer, Greifswald/D 11.45-12.05 Development of Genome and Gene Specific Molecular Markers for Erucic Acid Content Genes in Brassica napus (L.) M. Rahman, Fargo, ND/USA, Z. Sun, Nanning/PRC, P.B.E. McVetty, G. Li, Winnipeg, MB/CDN 12.05-12.25 Bioconversion of Crude Glycerol, Waste Discharged after Bio-diesel Production Process, into Biomass, Oxalic Acid and Microbial Lipid S. Papanikolaou, A. André, P. Diamantopoulou, D. Sarris, M. Galiotou-Panayotou, A. Philippoussis, Athens/GR

Scientific Programme – lectures Tuesday, 09 September, 2008


Palm Oil Lecture Hall „Y 4,5“ Chair: Mohd Basri Wahid and Eckhard Flöter 08.30-08.50 Nutritional Significance of the sn-2 Position K. Nesaretnam, Kuala Lumpur/MAL 08.50-09.10 Use of Natural Bleaching Clays in Palm Oil Production D.B. Brooks, Vernon Hill, IL/USA, D. Shaket, Coppet/CH 09.10-09.30 Fractional Crystallization of Palm Olein in an Alternative Crystallizer G.H. Calliauw, Brussels/B 09.30-09.50 Microbeam X-ray Diffraction Study for Structure of Granular Crystal of Margarine S. Ueno, S. Yamato, M. Tanaka, K. Sato, Higashi-Hiroshima/J 09.50-10.10 Trend towards Low-trans and Non-Hydro Margarines: Effects on Quality and Processing W.L.J. Meeussen, A. Lesaffer, Izegem/B 10.15-10.45 Coffee Break 10.45-11.05 Oil Palm Industries Initiatives in Mitigating Global Warming M.B. Wahid, K.W. Chan, R. Radzian, Kuala Lumpur/MAL 11.05-11.25 Why Doubt the Sustainability of Palm Oil? Y. Basiron, Kelana Jaya/MAL, M.B. Wahid, K.W. Chan, Kuala Lumpur/MAL 11.25-11.45 The Economic Potential of Palm Biodiesel and its Role in Reducing Greenhouse Gases (GHG) Y.M. Choo, M.B. Wahid, W.S. Lim, Kuala Lumpur/MAL 11.45-12.05 Potential of Biotechnology in Generating Value-added Products R. Sambanthamurthi, M.B. Wahid, Kuala Lumpur/MAL 12.05-12.25 Improved Environmental Impact by Enzymatic Interesterification of Margarine Harstocks G. van Duijn, Vlaardingen/NL, D. Cowan, Chesham/UK, G. den Dekker, Vlaardingen/NL 12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak

12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak

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Olive Oil

Scientific Programme – lectures Tuesday, 09 September, 2008


Lipid Oxidation, Antioxidants

Ballroom II Chair: Maurizio Servili and Mokhtar Zarrouk Subsession: „Composition, Quality, Stability“ 13.30-13.50 From Olives to Oil: An Evergreen Challenge A. Bianco, A.M. Serrilli, Roma/I 13.50-14.10 Relationship between Genetic Background and Iridoid Oleuropein Contents in Seven Italian Varieties of Olive Drupes A. Ranalli, D. Marchegiani, S. Contento. D. Pardi, F. Girardi, Pescara/I 14.10-14.30 Technological and Biological Factors affecting Sterols in Australian Olive Oils L. Ravetti, L. Guillaume, P. Canamasas, Geelong, VIC/AUS, J. Johnson, Werribee, VIC/AUS 14.30-14.50 HPLC-APCI-MS Method for the Simultaneous Analysis of Triterpenic Dialcohols, Tocopherols and Different Families of Phytosterols in Oils after Saponification and Liquid-liquid Extraction W. Zarrouk, Hammam-Lif/TN, A. Carrasco-Pancorbo, Granada/E, M. Zarrouk, Hammam-Lif/TN, A. SeguraCarretero, A. Fernández-Gutiérrez, Granada/E 14.50-15.10 Discriminating Ability of DNA Markers for Varietal Authentication of Virgin Olive Oils from Crete, Greece A.G. Doulis, Heraklion/GR, I.T. Metzidakis, G.C. Koubouris, Chania/GR 15.10-15.40 Coffee Break Chair: Lanfranco Conte and Jose Manuel Martinez-Rivas Subsession „Processing-Applications“ 15.40-16.00 Innovations in the Extraction Technology for the Improvement of the Virgin Olive Oil Quality M. Servili, A. Taticchi, S. Esposto, S. Urbani, R. Selvaggini, G.F. Montedoro, Perugia/I 16.00-16.20 Olive Oil Sector in Tunisia: Present Status and Perspectives M. Zarrouk, Tunis/TN, I. Oueslati, F. Mahjoub-Haddada, Hammam-Lif/TN 16.20-16.40 Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Mediterranean Molecular Gastronomy R. Sacchi, Portici (Naples)/I 16.40-17.00 Formulation of Functional Restructured Beef Steaks. Effect of Olive Oil Pan-Frying and other Culinary Techniques on their Composition and Fat Thermal Oxidation F.J. Sánchez-Muniz, S. Bastida, J. Librelotto, S. Cofrades, F. Jiménez Colmenero, Madrid/E 17.00-17.20 Detection and Quantification of Phenolic Compounds in Olive Oil by Employing 1H High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. A proposal for on-line screening P. Dais, S. Christophoridou, Heraklion/GR O i l s , F a t s a n d L i p i d s i n t h e 3 rd M i l l e n n i u m

Ballroom III Chair: Maria Tsimidou and Francesco Visioli Subsession: „Structure-Activity Relationship“ 13.30-13.50 Hydroxytyrosol: More than Antioxidant F. Visioli, Paris/F 13.50-14.10 Molecular Descriptors Calculated by Computational Methods as Tools in the Study of Radical Scavenging Activity of Phenolic Compounds N. Nenadis, Thessaloniki/GR 14.10-14.30 Use of Principle Component Analysis to Classify 22 Compounds According to their Antioxidant Activity as Measured by five in vitro Methodologies I.A. Castro, C.D. Capitani, A.C.L. Carvalho, D.P. Rivelli, S.B.M. Barros, São Paulo/BR 14.30-14.50 Chain-Breaking Antioxidant Activity of two new Chalcones from Propolis of El Salvador in Homogeneous and Micellar Media V.D. Kancheva, V.S. Bankova, Sofia/BG Subsession: „Evaluation of Extracts“ 14.50-15.10 Antioxidant Effect of Natural Carotenoid Extracts on the Oxidative Stability of Oil-in-Water Emulsions C. Dimakou, S. Kiokias, V. Oreopoulou, Athens/GR 15.10-15.40 Coffee Break 15.40-16.00 Effect of Essential Oils Thymus haussknechtii and Origanum acutidens on Butter Stability E. Dagdemir, S. Cakmakci, E. Gündog˘du, Erzurum/TR 16.00-16.10 Quantitative SPE-HPLC Determination of Selected Hydrophilic Antioxidants in Different Extracts from Gingko biloba L. leaves J. Kobus, E. Flaczyk, A. Siger, M. Nogala-Kalucka, Poznan/PL 16.10-16.20 The Effect of Olive Leaf Supplementation on the Growth Performances, Oxidative Stability and Quality of Pork Meat F. Paiva-Martins, S. Barbosa, Porto/P, D. Outor-Monteiro, V. Pinheiro, J.L. Mourão, Vila Real/P Subsession: „Oxidation-Mechanisms“ 16.20-16.40 The Effect of Nonsaponifiable Matter of Soybean Oil on the Oxidative Stability of Refined Tallow Olein P. Ghasemi Afshar, M. Ghavami, M. Gharachorloo, P. Aberomand, Tehran/IR 16.40-17.00 Role of Association Colloids on Lipid Oxidation in Bulk Oils E.A. Decker, Amherst, MA/USA 17.00-17.20 Phosphatidylcholine Oxidation in Organic and Water Solutions O.T. Kasaikina, E.A. Mengele, I.G. Plashchina, Moscow/RUS 17.20-17.40 Oxidation of Triacylglycerols in Dispersed Systems V. Filip, I. Pokorna, V. Spevackova, J. Smidrkal, Praha/CZ 6 th E u r o F e d L i p i d C o n g r e s s · 0 7 – 1 0 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 8 · A t h e n s · G r e e c e


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Physical Properties

Scientific Programme – lectures Tuesday, 09 September, 2008


Biotechnological Applications, By-products

Lecture Hall „Omega-Lamda“ Chair: Aris Xenakis and Otto Glatter Subsession: „Emulsions and their Applications“ 13.30-13.50 Transfer of Lipids between Nanostructured Emulsion Droplets O. Glatter, C. Moitzi, S. Guillot, A. Salonen, M. Tomsic, S. Salentinig, Graz/A 13.50-14.10 Physical Properties of Biocompatible Microemulsions Formulated with Olive Oil and Limonene V. Papadimitriou, S. Pispas, T.G. Sotiroudis, A. Xenakis, Athens/GR 14.10-14.30 Crystallisation of Triglycerides in Emulsion: Influence of Droplet Size and Interface Composition C. Lopez, Rennes/F 14.30-14.50 Structured Lipids obtained by Chemical Interesterification of Olive Oil and Palm Stearin R.C. Silva, D.F. Soares, M.B. Lourenco, L.A. Gioielli, Saó Paulo/BR 14.50-15.10 Structurally and Nutritionally Optimized Ice-cream Fats - How Low in Saturates Can We Go? C.M. Persson, Karlshamn/S

Lecture Hall „Y 1,2,3“ Chair: Uwe Bornscheuer and Fragiskos Kolisis 13.30-13.50 Enzymes for Degumming of Vegetable Oils J.B. Soe, K. Christensen, E. Rahrs, Brabrand/DK 13.50-14.10 Utilization of Waste Lipids and Glycerol Fraction for Synthesis of Biosurfactants M. Adamczak, W. Bednarski, Olsztyn/PL 14.10-14.30 Polar Lipids of Marine Hydrobionts: Fundamental and Applied Aspects N.M. Sanina, Vladivostok/RUS 14.30-14.50 Water-in-Ionic Liquid Microemulsions as Nanobioreactors Involving Lipolytic Enzymes I.V. Pavlidis, P. Karras, E. Kalogeris, Ioannina/GR, G.K. Papadopoulos, Arta/GR, E. Voutsas, Athens/GR, D. Gournis, H. Stamatis, Ioannina/GR 14.50-15.10 Expanding the Short-chain Selectivity of Pseudomonas fluorescens esterase I by Focused Directed Evolution and Rational Design A. Hidalgo, Madrid/E, A. Schließmann, Greifswald/D, R. Molina, J. Berenguer, J.A. Hermoso, Madrid/E, U.T. Bornscheuer, Greifswald/D

15.10-15.40 Coffee Break

15.10-15.40 Coffee Break

Chair: Martin Leser and Eckhard Flöter Subsession „Design of Food Functionality“ 15.40-16.00 Self-Assembly of Polar Lipids for the Delivery of Functionality in Food M. Leser, Lausanne/CH 16.00-16.20 Functional Texture Powders N.J. Bourke, Almere/NL 16.20-16.40 Polymorphic Behavior of S-DHA-S and S-ALA-S Triacylglycerols and Mixing Properties with SOS K. Sato, T. Kigawa, S. Ueno, Higashi-Hiroshima/J, H. Mizobe, K. Ichioka, N. Gotoh, S. Wada, Tokyo/J 16.40-17.00 The Influence of a Different Fatty Acid Profile on the Crystallization of Milk Fat as Measured by NMR, DSC and Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction K. Smet, J. De Block, L. Herman, Melle/B, K. Raes, Kortrijk/B, K. Dewettinck, Ghent/B, K. Coudijzer, Melle/B 17.00-17.20 Study of Triacylglycerol Polymorphs by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: Effects of Temperature and Chain Length on Relaxation Parameters M. Adam-Berret, Rennes/F, C. Rondeau-Mouro, R. Riaublanc, Nantes/F, F. Mariette, Rennes/F

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Lipid Bioscience, Lipidomics in Health and Disease Lecture Hall „Y 1,2,3“ Chair: Michel Lagarde and Alexandros Tselepis 15.40-16.05 Lipid Mediators of the Sunburn Response: A Lipidomic Approach A. Nicolaou, M. Masoodi, D.J. Tobin, A.J. Thody, Bradford/GB, L.E. Rhodes, Manchester/GB 16.05-16.30 Application of NMR-based Metabonomic Analysis on Lipoprotein Lipid Composition E. Bairaktari, Ioannina/GR 16.30-16.55 Oxidized Phospholipids: Chemical Heterogeneity and Pleiotropic Biological Effects V. Bochkov, Vienna/A 16.55-17.20 Platelet – Low density Lipoprotein Interaction: from in vitro Experiments to Clinical Studies C. Calzada, R. Colas, G. Ponsin, E. Vericel, P. Moulin, M. Lagarde, Villeurbanne/F

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Lipids in Animal Science Lecture Hall „Y 4,5“ Chair: Jana Pickova, Subsession: „Fish“ 13.30-14.10 Functional Genomic Analysis of the Effects of Diet and Strain on Gene Expression and Lipid Metabolism in Atlantic Salmon D.R. Tocher, L.A.N. Villeneuve, M.G. Leaver, J.G. Bell, J.E. Bron, J.B. Taggart, Stirling/GB 14.10-14.30 Effects of Sesamin on Lipid Metabolism in Salmon Hepatocytes S. Trattner, Uppsala/S, T.K. Østbye, B. Ruyter, Ås/N, A. Kamal-Eldin, J. Pickova, Uppsala/S 14.30-14.50 Effect of Diet and Metabolic Stress in Seabream: Evaluation at the Transcriptional Level and Signaling Pathways E. Antonopoulou, E. Kaitetzidou, E.G. Bastakis, P.K. Baharidis, Thessaloniki/GR, E. Fountoulaki, Athens/GR, J.V. Planas, Barcelona/E 14.50-15.10 Altered Glycerolipid Metabolism in Pcyt2 Deficient Mice Results in Obesity and Insulin Resistance M. Bakovic, M.F. Fullerton, Guelph, ON/CDN 15.10-15.40 Coffee Break Chair: Stefaan De Smet and Giuseppe Bee Subsession: „Monogastric Animals and Ruminants“ 15.40-16.20 Metabolic Control and Cell Regulation of Intramuscular Fat Deposition F. Gondret, Saint Gilles/F 16.20-16.40 Influence of Sow Dietary Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Source on the Tissue and Blood Fatty Acid Profile of Piglets S. De Smet, J.A.M. Missotten, E. Claeys, K. Raes, Melle/B 16.40-17.00 Feeding Unprotected CLA Methyl Esters Compared to Sunflower Seeds Increased Milk CLA Level but Decreased Milk Fat Content in Cows F. Dohme, G. Bee, Posieux/CH 17.00-17.20 Effect of Pasture Composition on Nutraceutical Components of Pecorino Toscano Cheese M. Antongiovanni, S. Rapaccini, A. Buccioni, F. Sofi, R. Abbate, S. Minieri, Florence/I, M. Mele, P. Secchiari, Pisa/I

Scientific Programme – lectures Wednesday, 10 September, 2008


Olive Oil Ballroom II Chair: Smaragdi Antonopoulou Subsession: „Nutrition and Health“ 09.00-09.25 Olive Oil and Oxidative Stress in Humans M.I. Covas, Barcelona/E 09.25-09.50 Deciphering the Molecular Mechanisms of Olive Oil Effects in Cancer M. Kampa, V. Pelekanou, Heraklion/GR 09.50-10.15 Gene Expression Profile Changes in Human Mononuclear Cells after Olive Oil Consumption V. Konstantinidou, O. Khymenets, M. Fitó, R. de la Torre, R. Anglada, Barcelona/E, P. de Alarcón, Madrid/E, A. Dopazo, M. Farré-Albaladejo, M. Covas, Barcelona/E 10.15-10.40 Nutraceutical Foodstuffs Enhanced with Olive Oil Hydroxytyrosol by Nanotechnology Ö. Tokus¸og˘lu, Manisa/TR 10.40-11.30 Coffee Break Lipid Oxidation, Antioxidants Ballroom III Chair: Maria Tsimidou and Francesco Visioli Subsessions: „Oxidation-Mechanisms“ and „Oxidation and PUFA‘s“ 08.40-09.00 Investigation of Diary Components Responsible for Resistance of Omega-3 Enriched Yoghurt to Lipid Oxidation N. Skall Nielsen, S.K.H. Farvin, C.P. Baron, C. Jacobsen, Kgs.Lyngby/DK 09.00-09.20 Characterization of Important Aroma-Active Compounds Formed By Lipoxygenase Catalysis or a Copper initiated Degradation of Omega-3-Fatty Acids M. Hammer, P. Schieberle, Garching/D 09.20-09.40 High Temperature Resistant Natural Antioxidant Improves Soy Oil for Frying K. Warner, Peoria, IL/USA, M. Gehring, Rotkreuz (ZG)/ZA 09.40-10.00 The Influence of pH on Iron Induced Oxidation of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids R. Mozuraityte, T. Rustad, I. Storrø, Trondheim/N 10.00-10.20 Type of nOSA-starch and Process Engineering Parameters Affect Oxidative Stability of Microencapsulated LCPUFAs Y. Serfert, S. Drusch, Kiel/D, B. Schmidt-Hansberg, M. Kind, Karlsruhe/D, K. Schwarz, Kiel/D 10.20-10.40 Impact of Irradiation on the Oxidatively Labile Lipid Component of Cannabis sativa and Helianthus annus I.D. Fisk, D.A. Gray, Loughborough/GB 10.40-11.30 Coffee Break

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Wednesday, 10 September, 2008


Lipid Bioscience, Lipidomics in Health and Disease Lecture Hall „Omega-Lamda“ Chair: Michel Lagarde and Guenther Daum 09.00-09.20 Structural and Biochemical Properties of Lipid Particles/ Droplets from the Yeast Saccharomyces Cerevisiae G. Daum, T. Czabany, A. Wagner, D. Zweytick, K. Lohner, E. Leitner, E. Ingolic, Graz/A 09.20-09.40 Structure-Function Relation of the Pancreatic Lipase Related Protein 2 A. Berton, C. Sebban-Kreuzer, I. Crenon, Marseille/F 09.40-10.00 The Sulfhydryl Radical (HS•/S•-) as Isomerising Species of Unsaturated Fatty Acid Residues I.N. Lykakis, Heraklion Crete/GR, C. Ferreri, C. Chatgilialoglu, Bologna/I 10.00-10.20 Selective Inhibition of Human Intracellular and Extracellular Phospholipases A2 by Synthetic 2-Oxoamides and Perfluoroketones V. Magrioti, G. Antonopoulou, C. Baskakis, C. Kokotos, E. Barbayianni, Athens/GR, N. Cotton, D. Stephens, San Diego, CA/USA, V. Constantinou-Kokotou, Athens/GR, E.A. Dennis, San Diego, CA/USA, G. Kokotos, Athens/GR 10.20-10.40 Altered Ca2+ -Independent Release of Glutamate from Cholesterol-Depleted Rat Brain Synaptosomes T. Borisova, R. Sivko, N. Krisanova, Kiev/UA 10.40-11.30 Coffee Break Physical Properties Lecture Hall „Y 1,2,3“ Chair: Aris Xenakis and Eckhard Flöter Subsession: „Applications“ 09.00-09.20 Studies on the Crystallization of Chocolate in the Cooling Tunnel K.W. Smith, G. Talbot, Bedford/GB, L. Favre, Wormerveer/NL 09.20-09.40 Evaluation of Crystallization States of Cocoa Butter on Anti-bloom Properties of Chocolate T. Koyano, H. Utsunomiya, D. Watanabe, F. Kunikata, Sakado/J, C. Yamamoto, S. Ueno, K. Sato, HigashiHiroshima/J 09.40-10.00 Effects of Fatty Acid Compositions of Polyglycerine Fatty acid Esters on Fat Crystallization K. Shimamura, S. Ueno, K. Sato, Higashi-Hiroshima/J, Y. Miyamoto, J. Kuriyama, Osaka/J 10.00-10.20 Effects of Fatty Acids Composition of Vegetable Fats on the Rheological, Thermal and Physical Properties of Ice Cream Mix Emulsions C. Soukoulis, C. Tzia, Athens/GR 10.20-10.40 Effect of Addition of Tallow Stearin on Fatty Acid Diversity and Polymorphism Stability of Sunflower Oil N. Khodaei, M. Ghavami, M. Gharachorloo, P. Aberomand, Tehran/IR

Scientific Programme – lectures Wednesday, 10 September, 2008


Lipids in Pharmaceutics Lecture Hall „Y 4,5“ Chair: Panos Constantinides and Alexandros Tselepis 09.00-09.25 Diversity and Versatility of Lipids in Enhancing the Delivery of Drugs: Physicochemical and Biopharmaceutical Aspects P.P. Constantinides, Gurnee, IL/USA 09.25-09.50 Arsonoliposomes: Novel Lipid-Vesicles with Potential for Targeted Delivery of Anticancer and Antiparasitic Drugs S.G. Antimisiaris, P.V. Ioannou, Patras/GR 09.50-10.15 Parenteral Lipid Formulations for Peptide and Protein Drugs E.C.A. van Winden, Athens/GR 10.15-10.40 Galactolipids – a New Tool in Pharmaceutics B.G. Herslöf, Stockholm/S 10.40-11.30 Coffee Break Plenary Lectures Plenary Hall (Ballroom II+III) Chair: Ron Potman, Fragiskos Kolisis, Uwe Bornscheuer and Bernadette Delplanque 11.30-12.30 DGF – Normann Medal Award Lecture: Docosahexaenoic acid: Nutrient and Precursor of Bioactive Lipids M. Lagarde, Villeurbanne/F 12.30-13.30 AFECG – Chevreul Medal Lecture: From Organic Chemistry to Fat & Oil Chemistry E. Deffense, Charleroi/B 13.30-13.45 Invitation to Graz 2009 and Closing Remarks

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Olive Oil OLIV-001







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Scientific Programme – posters Olive Oil

Classification of Greek Olive Cultivars based on Compositional Analysis of Extracted Olive Oils by NMR Spectroscopy and Multivariate Statistical Analysis A. Agiomyrgianaki, P. Dais, Heraklion/GR, P. Petrakis, Athens/GR Determination of Phospholipids in Olive Oil by employing 31P NMR Spectroscopy E. Hatzakis, P. Dais, Heraklion/GR, A. Koidis, D. Boskou, Thessaloniki/GR Elenolic Acid in Virgin Olive Oil: A Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Method P. Rovellini, Milan/I Characterisation of Phenolic Compounds in Oils Produced from Frosted Olives C. Guillaume, L. Ravetti, S. Gwyn, Geelong, VIC/AUS DSC Evaluation of Microwave-Heated Olive Oils E. Chiavaro, C. Barnaba, Parma/I, M. T. Rodriguez-Estrad, Bologna/I, E. Vittadini, Parma/I, L. Cerretani, A. Bendini, Cesena/I Effects of Olive Oil/Cholesterol Diet on Serum Lipoprotein, Lipid Peroxidation and Atherosclerosis Development in Rabbits M.R. Saberkari, Rasht/IR, K. Najafi Nia, Kermanshah/IR Determination of Fungal Factors which caused the Desiccation (death) of Olive Trees in the East Mediterranean Olive Regions of Turkey A. Tatlı, M. Küsek, E. Kafkas, N. Biris¸ik, H. Pala, Adana/TR Evaluation of the Olive Oils on the Polish Market S. Ptasznik, Warszawa/PL Evolution of Minor Compounds during Accelerated Storage of Tunisian Virgin Olive Oils D. Krichène, A. Allalout, Hammam-Lif/TN, M.D. Salvador, G. Fregapane, Ciudad Real/E, M. Zarrouk, Hammam-Lif/TN Effect of Extraction Methods on Olive Oil Quality Characteristics of the Koroneiki Cultivar E. Stefanoudaki, A. Koutsaftakis, A. Papamanolioudaki, Chania/GR, J.L. Harwood, Cardiff/UK Phenolic Profiles of Some Tunisian Virgin Olive Oils F.M. Haddada, D. Krichéne, H. Manai, I. Oueslati, D. Daoud, M. Zarrouk, Hammama-Lif/TN Beneficial Effects of Phenolics Derived from Tunisian Olive Products L.A. Abaza, Hammam-Lif/TN, T.P.N. Talorete, P. Yamada, H. Isoda, Ibaraki/J, M. Zarrouk, Hammam-Lif/TN Observation of an Olive Oil Factory in Intepe (Ophryneion) under the Light of Industrial Archeaology E. Salcan, Cannakale/TR

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Olive Oil Production in Turkey M. Tasan, Ü. Geçgel, O. Dag˘líog˘lu, Tekirdag˘/TR Influence of Fruit Ripening, Harvesting and Storage on Sterol Composition of Cellina di Nardò and Ogliarola Leccese Virgin Olive Oils M. Ridolfi, M. Scamosci, M. Patumi, Perugia/I Potential Quality and Characterization of Virgin Olive Oils Produced in Madrid (Spain) M.A. Pérez, G. Vergara, M. Palancar, Alcala de Henares/E Antioxidant Compounds of Monovarietal Extra Virgin Olive Oils from Tunisian Centre H. Manai, Hammam-Lif/TN Determination of Zinc in Olive Oil by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry without Digestion S. Bag˘dat Yas¸ar, E. Köse Baran, Balıkesir/TR Synthesis of [N,N′-Bis(4-Methoxysalicylidene)-1,3Propanediaminato] and its Analytical Application for Determination of Copper in Olive Oil by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry without Digestion S. Bag˘dat Yas¸ar, C. Barak Cihan, E. Köse Baran, Balıkesir/TR Determination of Some Metals in Olive Oil: Comparison of Procedures S. Bag˘dat Yas¸ar, M. Kıvrak, Balıkesir/TR Oxidative Stability of Roasted Food Processed in Different Types of Olive Oil and other Vegetable Oils F. Paiva-Martins, L. Silva, J. Carrola, S. Barbosa, Porto/P Oxidative Stability of Different Types of Olive Oil after Boiling Operation with Vegetables F. Paiva-Martins, L. Silva, Porto/P Anticancer and Cytotoxic Activities of Olive Oil Phenolic Compounds F. Paiva-Martins, V. Rodrigues, J. Pinto, J. Coelho, Porto/P, M.P.M. Marques, R.C. Cruz, Coimbra/P Effect of Pre-processing Storage Conditions on Olive Oil Quality and Composition A.M. Inarejos-Garcia, A. Gómez-Rico, M.D. Salvador, G. Fregapane, Ciudad Real/E Mapping Trace Element Content of Greek Virgin Olive Oils from Different Cultivars and Regions through Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry K.S. Minioti, Athens/GR Determination of Benzo(a)Pyrene in Olive Oils of Aegean Area Ü. Geçgel, Ö.Taga, Izmir/TR, B. Bilgin, Tekirdag˘/TR

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Scientific Programme – posters Processing, Developments in Oil and Fat Technology

Changes in Growth, Sexual Maturation and Mammary Gland Differentiation by High Olive Oil and Corn Oil Diets as a Putative Mechanism of their Effects on Breast Cancer Susceptibility in Rats R. Moral, M. Solanas, L. Grau, R. Escrich, E. Vela, G. Garcia, I. Costa, E. Escrich, Barcelona/E Monitoring of Virgin Olive Oil Sensory Quality during the Olives Malaxation by an Array of Metal Oxide Sensors S. Esposto, M. Servili, A. Taticchi, S. Urbani, Perugia/I, I. Riccò, Imola/I, G.F. Montedoro, Perugia/I Effect of Homogenization on the Virgin Olive Oil Shelf-life M. Servili, S. Esposto, A. Taticchi, S. Urbani, F. Mariucci, R. Selvaggini, Perugia/I, A. Sensidoni, Udine/I Effect of the Storage of Virgin Olive Oil at Controlled Temperature (12°C) Respect to Room Temperature (25°C) L. Cerretani, F. Pasini, A. Bendini, Cesena (FC)/I, A. Rossi, Vicopisano (PI)/I, M.F. Caboni, G. Lercker, Cesena (FC)/I The Effect of Storage on Sterols, Total Polyphenols and Phenolic Compounds of Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Olives (Olea Europaea Cv. Koroneiki, Olea Europaea Cv. Major) and their Mixtures from the Region of Kynouria T.V. Varzakas, G.Z. Zakynthinos, S. Anastaopoulos, Kalamata/GR The Effects of Fruit Ripening Level on Virgin Olive Oil Properties Z. Kerem, Y. Nir, Rehovot/IL, A. Daf, I. Tzipori, Aro/IL, P. Weinberg, Rehovot/IL, Y. Tugendhaft, Aro/IL Calculation of the Difference between the Actual and Theoretical ECN 42 Triacylglyceride Content to Detect Adulteration in Olive Oil Samples Commercialized in Brazil S.A.P. Aued-Pimentel, E. Takemoto, E.E. Kumagai, C.B. Cano, São Paulo/BR Use of CE- and HPLC-ESI-TOF MS for the Characterization of Phenolic Fraction from Tunisian Extra-virgin Olive Oils W. Zarrouk, Hammam-Lif/TN, A. Carrasco-Pancorbo, Granada/E, M. Zarrouk, Hammam-Lif/TN, A. SeguraCarretero, A. Fernández-Gutiérrez, Granada/E Effect of Packaging Material Transmission to Light and Oxygen, Temperature and Headspace Volume on Quality Characteristics of Extra Virgin Olive Oil M.G. Kontominas, G. Pristouri, A. Badeka, Ioannina/GR

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PROC-001 Adsorptive Removal of Sulfur Compounds from Canola Oil F. Kalantari, M. Bahmaei, E. Sabbaghian, Tehran/IR PROC-002 Influence of Bleaching on Oxidative Stability of Grape Oil T.T. Nosenko, Kiyiv/UA PROC-003 Yield Increase in Vegetable Oil Production – By Use of Enzyme Technology K. Christensen, J.B. Soe, Aarhus/DK PROC-004 Diacylglycerols Formation by Enzymatic Reaction of Rapeseed Oil, Pork Lard Mixtures and Glycerol using Biocatalysts Lipozyme RM IM S. Ptasznik, Warszawa/PL PROC-005 Concentration of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids from Rainbow Trout Oil by Urea Complexation G. Üstün, L. Kent, Istanbul/TR PROC-006 Enzymatic Synthesis of Glycerides from Sesame oil Enriched in DHA C. Otero, M. Criado, Madrid/E PROC-007 Lipase-mediated Re-esterification of Lower Glycerides from Soybean Oil with CLA C. Otero, E. Hernández-Martín, Madrid/E PROC-008 Degumming of Sunflower Oil Using Polymeric Membranes C.M. Coutinho, Campinas/BR, M.C. Chiu, São Paulo/BR, R.C. Basso, A.P.B. Ribeiro, R. Grimaldi, L.A.G. Gonçalves, Campinas/BR PROC-009 Optimization of Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) on Extraction Efficiency of Nigella sativa Oil and Comparison of Oil Compositions Extraced by using SFE and Solvent Extraction H. Mirhosseini, T. Chin Ping, H. Kourosh Hasanzadeh, Serdang/MAL PROC-010 Gentle Meal Processing by using a Fluidised Bed Desolventiser F. Pudel, K.-H. Leidt, L. Mörl, K. Weigel, R. Zettl, Magdeburg/D PROC-011 Enzymic Pretreatment to Enhance Oil Extraction from Rosehip (Rosa rugosa) Seeds M. Kobus, Lodz/PL PROC-012 Production of Structured Triglycerides by Acidolysis Catalyzed by Lipases Rd and Palatase 20000L Immobilized in a Packed Bed Reactor Operating in Continuous and Recirculation Modes E. Hita, M.M. Muñio, M.J. Jimenez, A. Robles, L. Esteban, P.A. Gonzalez, E. Molina, Almeria/E PROC-013 Rheological Characteristics of Mayonnaises with Addition of Walnut, Corn, Linseed and Olive Oils T. Moslavac, A. Perl Piricki, Osijek/HR, D. Bencic, Zagreb/HR, S. Sikra, Cepin/HR, K. Popovic, Osijek/HR 6 th E u r o F e d L i p i d C o n g r e s s · 0 7 – 1 0 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 8 · A t h e n s · G r e e c e


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Processing, Developments in Oil and Fat Technology PROC-014 Urea Complexation for Borage Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Concentration C. Soto, M.E. Zúñiga, Valparaíso/RCH PROC-015 Pilot Plant Degumming of Corn Oil Miscella through Polymeric Membrane L.A. Viotto, M.S. Araki, L.A.G. Gonçalves, Campinas/BR PROC-016 Hydrogenation of Sunflower Oil using Monolithic Catalysts G.M. Tonetto, J.F. Sánchez, D.E. Damiani, Bahía Blanca/RA PROC-017 trans-Free Margarine Prepared with Canola Oil/Palm Stearin/Palm Kernel Oil-Based Structured Lipids C.C. Akoh, B.H. Kim, S.E. Lumor, Athens, GA/USA PROC-018 Degumming of Corn Oil Miscella through Polymeric Membrane in Pilot Plant L.A.G. Gonçalves, M.S. Araki, L.A. Viotto, Campinas/BR PROC-019 The Selective Hydrogenation of Mixtures of cis- and trans-FAMEs A. Philippaerts, B.F. Sels, P.A. Jacobs, Heverlee/B PROC-020 Concentration and Purification of Phospholipids to Produce Lecitin by Diafiltration Using Ceramic Membrane L.A. Viotto, M.F. Souza, M.S. Araki, R.C. Basso, L.A.G. Gonçalves, Campinas/BR PROC-021 Optimization of Ultrasound-assisted Extraction of Phospholipids from Palm-pressed Fiber C.P. Tan, S.C. Chua, H. Mirhosseini, O.M. Lai, K. Long, B.S. Baharin, Serdang/MAL Human Nutrition HUNU-001 Differences in the Dietary Fatty Acids and Physicochemical Values of Kernal Oil from Sweet and Bitter Apricots of Pakistan S. Hamid, H. Akhtar, H. Ahmad, Lahore/PK HUNU-002 Effects of Gluten on Thermal Deterioration of Oil N. Totani, Kobe/J HUNU-003 High Stearic High Oleic Sunflower Oil and its Fractions for trans Fats Replacing in the Food Industry E. Dubinsky, Béccar/RA, A. Leon, Buenos Aires/RA, R. Garces, Sevilla/E HUNU-004 Chicatana Ant Atta mexicana B Source of Vitamin E Natural Antioxidant V. Melo, C. Calvo, M. Garcia, M.J. Barrera, J. Rivero, Mexico City/MEX HUNU-005 Edible Insects Source of Fatty Acids and Energy V. Melo, M. Garcia, J. Salas, M.J. Barrera, M.C. Herrera, J. Rivero, Mexico City/MEX

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Scientific Programme – posters Human Nutrition HUNU-006 trans Fatty Acid Nutritional Label Legislation in Argentina. Impact on the Fatty Acid Profile Intake from Bakery Products C.A. Bernal, N.S. Palmioli, M.R. Williner, Santa Fe/RA HUNU-007 Rice Bran Oil: Nutritonal Components and Health Benefits Ü. Geçgel, M. Tasan, O. Dag˘líog˘lu, Tekirdag˘/TR HUNU-008 Use of an In Vitro Digestion Model to Study the Bioaccesibility of 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal and Related Aldehydes Present in Oxidized Oils Rich in Omega-6 acyl Groups M.D. Guillen, E. Goicoechea, Vitoria/E HUNU-009 Enzymatic Production of Rich Palmitic Acid Triacylglycerides at the sn-2 Position as Intermediates to the Synthesis of Structured Lipids M.J. Jiménez, M.M. Muñío, E. Hita, L. Esteban, A. Robles, P.A. Gónzalez, M. Molina, Almería/E HUNU-010 Effect of the Content of Partially Hydrogenated Oils on the Physical and Structural Properties of Bakery Margarines V. Cavillot, Gembloux/B HUNU-012 Evidence of the Very Early Formation in Sunflower Oil, under Frying Conditions, of 4-hydroxy-trans-2-nonenal and other Toxic Aldehydes M.D. Guillen, P. Sancho, Vitoria/E HUNU-013 The Properties of the Mixture of Chicken Fat and Rapeseed Oil after Enzymatic Interesterification M. Kostecka, K. Tarnowska, B. Kowalski, Warsaw/PL HUNU-014 Hydrolysis of Milk Fat Globules by Pancreatic Lipases Depends on their Size and Composition of the Interface A. Berton, C. Sebban-Kreuzer, S. Rouvellac, I. Crenon, Marseille/F, V. Briard-Bion, C. Lopez, Rennes/F HUNU-015 Synthesis of 2-MAG by Enzymatic Alcoholysis of Fish Oils using Different Reactor Types M.M. Muñío, E. Hita, M.J. Jiménez, L. Esteban, A. Robles, P. González, E. Molina, Almería/E HUNU-016 Synthesis of Structured Lipids by Enzymatic Esterification from 2-MAG Enriched in PUFAs M.M. Muñío, M.J. Jiménez, E. Hita, L. Esteban, A. Robles, P. González, E. Molina, Almería/E HUNU-017 Production of Structured Lipids Rich in DHA by Acidolysis of Tuna Oil and Caprylic Acid Catalyzed by Palatase 20000L Immobilized on Accurel MP1000 E. Hita, M.J. Jiménez, M.M. Muñío, A. Robles, L. Esteban, P.A. González, E. Molina, Almeria/E HUNU-018 Determination of trans Fatty Acids of Cakes in Turkish Markets Y. Tekeli, Y.S. Cakmak, G.O. Güler, G. Caglav, A. Aktümsek, Konya/TR 6 th E u r o F e d L i p i d C o n g r e s s · 0 7 – 1 0 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 8 · A t h e n s · G r e e c e


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Human Nutrition

Scientific Programme – posters Plant Lipids

HUNU-019 trans Fatty Acids of Chocolates in Markets in Turkey A. Aktümsek, Y.S. Cakmak, G.O. Güler, Konya/TR HUNU-020 Determination of trans Fatty Acids of Chips in Markets in Turkey G.O. Güler, Y.S. Cakmak, S. Yig˘it, Konya/TR HUNU-021 Determination of the Seasonal Changes on Total Fatty Acid Composition of Vimba, Vimba vimba tenella (Nordmann, 1840) in Egirdir Lake, Turkey L. Kalyoncu, S. Kissal, A. Aktümsek, Konya/TR HUNU-022 Effect of Season on Total Fatty Acid Composition of Rudd, Scardinius Erythrophthalmus L., Muscle Lipids in Altinapa Dam Lake, Turkey O.B. Citil, G.O. Güler, A. Aktümsek, Konya/TR HUNU-023 Changes in Fatty Acid Composition of Pork Rich in Conjugated Linoleic Acid Frying in Different Kind of Fats A. Boros-Györi, Debrecen/H, J. Gundel, A. Herman, Herceghalom/H, J. Csapó, Kaposvár/H HUNU-024 Grasshopper Schistocerca Paranensis B Functional food source of Vitamin A C. Calvo, V. Melo, J. Rivero, M.J. Barrera, A. Al Faro, Mexico/MEX HUNU-025 CLA from two Variety of Iranian Garlic P. Ramezani Kharazi, G. Peyvast, Rasht/IR HUNU-026 Influence of Garlic and Hot Pepper Aroma Extract on Sensory and Oxidative Stability of Sunflower Oil R. Romanic, E. Dimic, V. Vujasinovic, V. Vuksa, Novi Sad/SRB HUNU-027 Characteristics of Cold Pressed Pumpkin Seed Oil Obtained on Screw Press E. Dimic, R. Romanic, V. Vujasinovic, V. Vuksa, Novi Sad/SRB HUNU-028 Herring Marinades as a Source of n-3 PUFA Z. Domiszewski, G. Bienkiewicz, A. Kolakowska, M. Szczygielski, Szczecin/PL HUNU-029 Fatty Acid Composition in Wild and Farmed Salmon: Fresh and Cold- and Hot-smoked Z. Domiszewski, G. Bienkiewicz, A. Kolakowska, Szczecin/PL HUNU-030 Lipids, Fatty Acids and Lipophilic Substances: Overview of Assessments of the French Food Safety Agency (Afssa) E. Kalonji, C. Dumas, R. Ancellin, I. Margaritis, Maisons-Alfort/F

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PLALI-001 Fatty Acids Composition of Watermelon Seed Oil of Morocco M. Benaissa, A. El Amrani, Casablanca/MA PLALI-002 Carbon Dioxide Extraction and Antimicrobial Activity of Lipophilic Components from Northern Juniper (Juniperus communis) Sprouts B.Yang, Turku/FIN, P. Määttä, Tornio/FIN, R. Peltola, Rovaniemi/FIN PLALI-003 Hazelnut Oil Production in Turkey Ü. Geçgel, M. Tasan, O. Dag˘líog˘lu, Tekirdag˘/TR PLALI-004 Chemical Evaluation of Seje Oils (Jessenia Bataua) from the Venezuelan State of Amazonas with Emphasis on the Minor Constituents P.B. Navas-Hernandez, Maracay/YV, G. Fregapane, M.D. Salvador, Ciudad Real/E PLALI-005 Effect of Extraction Parameters on the Carotenoid Recovery from Tomato Waste I.F. Strati, Athens/GR PLALI-006 Fatty Acid Composition and Antioxidant Activity of Macro Algae from the Southern Sea Coast of Korea S.Y. Park, J. Hwang, T.K. Ryu, T.K. Lee, Geoje/ROK PLALI-007 Influence of Genotype and Region on the Fatty Acid Content of Turkish Walnuts S. Yüçel, C. Yerlıkaya, Istanbul/TR, U. Ertürk, Bursa/TR PLALI-008 Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Cultivars Affect Yield, Oleic/linoleic Ratio, Tocopherol and Sterols Content L.A. Medina-Juarez, Hermosillo/MEX, M.G. CamposMondragón, R.M. Oliart-Ros, Veracruz/MEX, A.M. Calderón De La Barca-Cota, J. Ortega-García, Hermosillo/MEX, A. Durán-Prado, L.C. Campos-Reyes, O. Angulo-Guerrero, Veracruz/MEX PLALI-009 Effects of Gamma-oryzanol on the Micellarization of Cholesterol and Cholesterol Uptake by CACO-2 Cells T. Ariyapitipun, K. Chanda, Bangkok/T, M.L. Failla, Columbus, OH/USA PLALI-010 Comparison of Techniques for the Recovery of Cherry Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus L.) Seed Oil S. Stojicevic, I. Stanisavljevic, D. Velickovic, V. Veljkovic, M. Lazic, Leskovac/SRB

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Lipids in Animal Science LIAS-001












Perinatal Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) Supplementation of Female Rats with Lysophosphatidyl-choline obtained from Omega-3 enriched Eggs, Improves the Memory and Learning Capabilities of Pups C.A. Valenzuela, S. Nieto, J. Sanhueza, P. Zañartu, Santiago/RCH Enrichment of Artimia with Omega-3 Highly Unsaturated Fatty Acids and their Stability after Starvation H. Mahmoudzadeh, Z. Gerailoo, G. Azari Takamie, Tehran/IR Effect of Dietary Lipid Source on the Lipid and Fatty Acid Profile of Parthenogenic Versus Bisexual Uromiah Lake Artemia (Artemia uromiana) M.R. Ahmadi, Tehran/IR Fatty Acid Composition of Tanker Mountain Milk from Switzerland, Seasonal Variations M. Collomb, W. Bisig, U. Bütikofer, R. Sieber, M. Bregy, L. Etter, Bern/CH Removal of Lipids and Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning Toxins (DSP) from Contaminated Blue Mussels (Mytilus edulis) by an Acid or Alkaline Protein Solubilization Technique P. Vareltzis, I. Undeland, Gothenburg/S Comparison of the Diet-Depended Occurrence of CLA- and C18:1 trans Isomers in Beef and Lamb Muscle D. Dannenberger, Dummerstorf/D Time-Dependent Elimination of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids from Porcine Adipose Tissue G. Bee, Posieux/CH trans Fatty Acids in Meat and Meat Products Ü. Geçgel, I. Yilmaz, M. Tasan, O. Dag˘liog˘lu, Tekirdag˘/TR, M. Güldas, Bursa/TR Effects of Maturation Stage on the Lipid Composition of Common Octopus (Octopus vulgaris) M.P. Sieiro, J.M. Antonio, J. Roca, S.P. Aubourg, A. Guerra, Vigo/E Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) Content and Fatty Acid Profile of Various Dairy Products: A Review A. Georgala, Athens/GR Seasonal Variation of Iranian Butter Fatty Acid Composition Gh. Akbaridoost, Tehran/IR, M.R. Ehsani, Karaj/IR, M. Ghavami, H. Safafar, Tehran/IR A Whole Body Balance Analysis to Estimate the Synthesis of Long Chain Fatty Acids in Broilers S. De Smet, R. Poureslami, Melle/B, K. Raes, Kortrijk/B, G. Huyghebaert, Melle/B

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Scientific Programme – posters Lipids in Animal Science LIAS-013










Quality of Milk Fat from Cows Fed Different Diets V. Sterna, Riga/LV, A. Jemeljanovs, I. Konosonoka, Sigulda/LV Stearoyl-CoA Desaturase Expression in Lamb Muscles as Affected by Dietary Lipid Supplementation E. Jerónimo, Santarém/P, G. Conte, Pisa/I, J. Santos-Silva, R.J.B. Bessa, Santarém/P, M. Mele, P. Secchiari, Pisa/I Cobalt Supplied per Os and Intra Venous Changes the Fatty Acid Composition in Bovine Milk I.J. Karlengen, O.M. Harstad, A. Aastveit, L. Sørensen, O. Taugbøl, Ås/N Physiological Parameters of Dairy Cows under Grazing Supplemented with Licury Oil in the Concentrate Feed G.G. Barreto, A.F. Garcez Neto, L.S. Lima, R.L. Oliveira, L.P. Barbosa, A.R. Bagaldo, N.B. Santana Filho, R.D.X. Ribeiro, Salvador/BR Carcass and Leg Compactness Index of Boer Male Goats Fed Licury Oil in the Diet I.B. Jesus, L.P. Barbosa, T.M. Silva, R.L. Oliveira, A.F. Garcez Neto, M.C.A. Silva, A.R. Bagaldo, L.S. Brito, Salvador/BR Testicular Development in Crossbreed Boer goats Fed Licury [Syagrus coronata(Martius) Beccari] Oil in the Diet L.E.P. Martins, L.P. Barbosa, P.A. Dutra, R.L. Oliveira, T.M. Silva, I.B. Jesus, A.F. Garcez Neto, A.R. Bagaldo, Salvador/BR Feed Intake and Milk Production of Dairy Cows under Grazing Supplemented with Licury Oil in the Concentrate Feed R.D.X. Ribeiro, A.F. Garcez Neto, L.S. Lima, R.L. Oliveira, L.P. Barbosa, A.R. Bagaldo, N.B. Santana Filho, G.G. Barreto, Salvador/BR Carcass Evaluation of Crossbreed Boer Goats Submitted to Diets with Licury [Syagrus coronata (Martius) Beccari] Oil Levels T.M. Silva, L.P. Barbosa, I.B. Jesus, R.L. Oliveira, A.F. Garcez-Neto, F.M. Macome, A.R. Bagaldo, D.M. Sanders, Salvador/BR t10, c12-CLA-caused Lipodystrophy is Associated with Profound Changes of Fatty Acid Profiles: Possible Link to Tissue-specific Alterations of Fatty Acid Desaturation A. Jaudszus, P. Möckel, Jena/D, E. Hamelmann, Berlin/D, G. Jahreis, Jena/D Change of Fatty Acid Composition in the Sea Urchin (Strongylocentrotus intermedius) Larvae exposed to Nickel T.K. Lee, R. Tae-Kwon, S. Yun Park, J. Hwang, Geoje/ROK

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Lipids in Animal Science LIAS-024 Ruminal Protected Fat Use in Performance and Digestibility by Bovines of different Crossbreeds in Feedlot S.M.P.L. Jaeger, Cruz das Almas/BR, R.L. Oliveira, Salvador/BR, F.M. Macome, Maputo/MZ LIAS-025 Carcass Characteristics of Bovines from Four Genetic Groups Fed Diets with and without Protected Fat S.M.P.L. Jaeger, Cruz das Almas/BR, R.L. Oliveira, Salvador/BR, G.J.C. Oliveira, Cruz das Almas/BR LIAS-026 Effect of Fish Oil Replacement in Atlantic Salmon Diets on Liver Gene and Protein Expression C. Schlechtriem, Stirling/GB, J. Thomas, York/GB, J.B. Taggart, J.E. Bron, D.R. Tocher, Stirling/GB LIAS-027 Different Tissue Responses to the Dietary Supply of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Broilers R. Poureslami, Melle/B, K. Raes, Kortijk/B, G. Huyghebaert, S. De Smet, Melle/B LIAS-028 Influence of the Maternal Dietary Polyunsaturated Fatty Source on Delta-5-and Delta-6-desaturase Enzyme Activity in Tissues of Piglets S. De Smet, J. Missotten, Melle/B, K. Raes, Kortrijk/B, O. Doran, Bristol/UK LIAS-029 Effect of Dietary Fat Source and Alpha-tocopheryl Acetate Supplementation on the Oxidation and Alpha-tocopherol levels of Rabbit Meat, Liver and Plasma A. Tres, R. Codony, F. Guardiola, Barcelona/E LIAS-030 Oxidized Oils in Animal Feeding: Effects on the Composition and Oxidation of Rabbit Meat, Liver and Plasma A. Tres, R. Codony, F. Guardiola, Barcelona/E LIAS-031 Lipid and Fatty Acid Composition of Japanese Scallop Patinopecten yessoensis H.S. Saito, Yokohama/J, Y. Kosaka, Aomori/J Lipid Bioscience, Lipidomics in Health and Disease LIBI-001



Effect of Dietary Partially-Hydrogenated Marine Oil on Atherosclerosis Risk Factors in Guinea Pigs J.K. Kraft, M. Michel, Jena/D, D. Plonne, Ravensburg/D, K. Almendingen, Oslo/N Importance of Phenol-rich Virgin Olive Oil in the Host Modified Polar Fatty Acids against L. monocytogenes Infection in Mice J. Giacometti, M. Abram, I. Bogetic, H. Krizan, D. Muhvic, Rijeka/HR Enzymatic Acidolysis of Corn Oil with Fatty Acids of Different Chain Lengths: Fatty Acid Selectivity of Lipozyme TL IM from Thermomyces lanuginosa H.A. Aksoy, M.B. Sesen, E. Gülcür, G. Üstün, Istanbul/TR O i l s , F a t s a n d L i p i d s i n t h e 3 rd M i l l e n n i u m

Scientific Programme – posters Lipid Bioscience, Lipidomics in Health and Disease LIBI-004












Incorporation of Conjugated Linoleic Acid into Canola Oil by Acidolysis Reaction: Optimization by Response Surface Methodology G.Y. Yüksel, L. Canyurt, G. Üstün, H.A. Aksoy, Istanbul/TR Microbicidal Properties of Nontraditional Monoacylglycerols R. Janis, P. Vltavská, M. Dolezalová, V. Kaspárková, J. Krejci, Sedlaríková, Zlín/CZ Modulation of Plasma and Tisular Triacylglycerol Content by Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) at High Dietary Fat Levels on Mice C.A. Bernal, M.F. Andreoli, M. Gonzalez, M.V. Scalerandi, M. Martinelli, Santa Fe/RA Biliar Secretion and Oxidative Stress: Influence of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) intake in Protein Repletion C.A. Bernal, M.F. Andreoli, M. González, P. Illesa, A. Fariña, Santa Fe/RA Synergistic Effects of Fish Oil and Garlic intake on Plasma and Hepatic Lipid Levels in Mice T. Higuchi, Sakado/J Analysis of Arachidonic Acid Cascade Evolution Implies Earlier Arousal of PPAR-mediated in Comparison with GPCR-mediated Signaling A.E. Ivliev, M.G. Sergeeva, Moscow/RUS Search of New Protein and Pathway Targets in Arachidonic Acid Cascade M.G. Sergeeva, Moscow/RUS Modifications of Membrane Lipids of Listeria monocytogenesin Response to Cold and Acidic Stress: Consequences on Food Safety A. Berberi, Athens/GR Effect of Stimulation of PPAR alpha, PPAR gamma and High Fat Diet on Lipid Metabolism in the Rat Liver M. Wierzbicki, Bialystok/PL Effect of Natural vs. Industrial Sources of trans Fatty Acids on Risk Factors of Coronary Heart Disease in Guinea Pigs B. Rice, J. Kraft, C. Preseault, S. Buck, F. Destaillats, D. E. Bauman, A. L. Lock, Burlington, VT/USA Grape Seed Extract Reduces Triglyceride and Cholesterol Concentration in Rats by Inhibiting Pancreatic Lipase S. Adisakwattana, Bangkok/T Cholesterol Biochemistry Disbalance causes Brain Function Failure and Alzheimer’s Disease-like Neuron Degeneration A.R. Koudinov, N. Koudinova, Moscow/RUS, T.T. Berezov, Rehovot/IL

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Lipid Bioscience, Lipidomics in Health and Disease LIBI-017


LIBI-019 LIBI-020


Effect of Exelon and Memantin on Plasma Phospholipid Molecular Species in Alzheimers Disease Patients Y.O. Karatasso, S.I. Gavrilova, Y.B. Fedorova, A.V. Alessenko, Moscow/RUS The Effect of Fatty Acids and Antioxidants on the Lipid Membrane Microviscosity and Binding Activity of Brain Opioid Receptors E.L. Maltseva, O.S. Belokoneva, Moscow/RUS Lipid Levels of Chronic Anemic Patients K. Akritopoulou, Thessaloniki/GR The Lipidemic Profile of Blood Donors in Evritania S. Patiakas, Z. Vardakis, H. Haralambous, P. Akritopoulos, K. Akritopoulou, I. Dovlatidis, E. Tsukis, K. Pandelidou, Thessaloniki/GR Sex Differences of the Lipidemic Profile in Hypertensive Patients of Macedonia S. Patiakas, Z. Vardakis, D. Kifonidis, P. Akritopoulos, K. Akritopoulou, V. Tioli, E. Sourla, K. Pandelidou, Thessaloniki/GR

Analytical Techniques and Authenticity ANTE-001 Physicochemical Properties of Iranian Mutton Tallow M. Gharachorloo, M. Ghavami, Tehran/IR ANTE-002 Determination of Some Heavy Metals in the Cocoa Butter and Some Oils used in Chocolate Production M. Güldas, Bursa/TR ANTE-003 A Single Step Solid-phase Extraction Method for Purification of Sterol Oxidation Products in Food Oils S. Azadmard-Damirchi, Tabriz/IR, P.C. Dutta, Uppsala/S ANTE-004 1,2- and 1,3-diacylglycerides for the Evaluation of the Quality of Virgin Rapeseed Oil B. Matthäus, Münster/D ANTE-005 Detection of the Adulteration of Olive Oil with other Plant Oils using a Polymerase Chain Reaction Approach P. Kalaitzis, S. Spaniolas, Ch. Bazakos, M. Awad, C. Zoghby, Chania/GR ANTE-006 Classification of Vegetable Oils According to their Botanical Origin by Fourier Transform-infrared Spectroscopy M.J. Lerma-García, G. Ramis-Ramos, J.M. HerreroMartínez, E.F. Simó-Alfonso, Burjassot/E ANTE-007 Determination of Sterols in Vegetable Oils by Capillary Electrochromatography using Methacrylate Ester-based Monolithic Columns M.J. Lerma-García, G. Ramis-Ramos, E.F. Simó-Alfonso, J.M. Herrero-Martínez, Burjassot/E

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Scientific Programme – posters Analytical Techniques and Authenticity ANTE-008 Classification of Vegetable Oils According to their Botanical Origin using Sterol Profiles Established by Direct Infusion Mass Spectrometry M.J. Lerma-García, G. Ramis-Ramos, J.M. Herrero-Martínez, E.F. Simó-Alfonso, Burjassot/E ANTE-009 Crystallization Behavior of Vegetable Fats through the Technique of Polarized Light Microscopy F.C.B. Nuno, Campinas/BR, L.A. Gioielli, São Paulo/BR, L.A.G. Gonçalves, R. Grimaldi, Campinas/BR ANTE-010 Crystallization Behavior of Vegetable Fats through the Technique of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance F.C.B. Nuno, L.A.G. Gonçalves, R. Grimaldi, Campinas/BR ANTE-011 Effect of Type and Concentration of RBD Vegetable Oil on Physicochemical Properties of Formulated Oil Blends under Normal and Accelerated Condition H. Mirhosseini, Serdang/MAL, G. Mehrdad Ghavami, Tehran/IR, T. Chin Ping Tan, Selangor/MAL ANTE-012 Phospholipids Quantification in Vegetable Oil Degumming Residues by HPLC-ELSD C. Pierart, S. Danthine, B. Wathelet, C. Deroanne, M. Paquot, Gembloux/B ANTE-013 Separation and Quantification of Marine Lipids using Iatroscan Thin-layer Chromatographic Flame Ionisation Detection Analysis G.K. Papadas, V.J. Sinanoglou, Athens/GR ANTE-014 Analysis of cis/trans Octadecenoic Fatty Acid Isomers in Foods by Ag+-SPE/GC-FID J. Fritsche, F. Strobl, Hamburg/D ANTE-015 Regioisomeric Structure Determination of Triacylglycerols in Oils by Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry H. Leskinen, J.-P. Suomela, H. Kallio, Turku/FIN ANTE-016 Evaluation of Analytical Procedures to Determine Total Fat and Fatty Acids in Foodstuffs S.A.P. Aued-Pimentel, M.M.M. Kus, E.E. Kumagai, V. Ruvieri, O. Zenebon, São Paulo/BR ANTE-017 Detection of Olive Oil Adulteration in Extra Virgin Olive Oil using Synchronous Fluorescence Spectroscopy M. Malecka, A. Hudzik, Poznan/PL ANTE-018 Determination of Unusual Fatty Acids in Cold-Seep Clam Calyptogena phaseoliformis H. Saito, Yokohama/J

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Lipid Oxidation, Antioxidants OXI-001


OXI-003 OXI-004










Oxidative Stability and Shelf Life Testing of Some Culinary Oils Marketed in UK S.P. Kochhar, C.J.K. Henry, Oxford/GB Quercetin and Rutin Behaviour in Reactions with Free Radicals Z.S. Kartasheva, Moscow/RUS, V.D. Kancheva, Sofia/BG, O.T. Kasaikina, Moscow/RUS Studying the Thermal Oxidation of Canola using DSC M. Ameri, M. Bahmaei, M. Goudarzi, Tehran/IR Cultivar may not be a Decisive Factor for the Antioxidant Potential of Olive Leaf Extracts V. Papoti, M.Z. Tsimidou, Thessaloniki/ GR Lipid Oxidation in Fish Oil Enriched Energy Bars is Affected by Means of Oil Addition and Addition of Antioxidants N. Skall Nielsen, A.F. Horn, C. Jacobsen, Kgs.Lyngby/DK Comparison of the Antioxidative Properties of Caffeic and Chlorogenic Acids E.M. Marinova, A.G. Toneva, N.V. Yanishlieva, Sofia/BG Antioxidant and Antiradical Activity of Some Chacones Correlation between Experimental and Theoretical Data V.D. Kancheva, Sofia/BG, R.F. Vasiel, Moscow/RUS, I.R. Toseva, D.I. Batovska, Sofia/BG, G.F. Fedorova, Moscow/RUS The Two Models of Lipid Peroxide Oxidation in Cell Membranes N. Palmina, Moscow/RUS Composition of Tea Camellia sinensis Extracts and its Antioxidant Activity A. Gramza Michalowska, A. Gliszczynska-Swiglo, M. Hes, Poznan/PL Lipase-catalyzed Synthesis of Long-chain Hydroxycinnamic Esters C. Lorentz, S. Soultani-Vigneron, G. Pencreac‘h, F. Ergan, Laval/F Effect of Gamma Irradiation on the Oxidative Stability and Fatty Acid Composition of Magarine Ü. Geçg˘el, T. Gümüs, M. Tasan, O. Dag˘líog˘lu, Tekirdag˘/TR, H. Pehlivanog˘lu, Edirne/TR The Effect of Majorana Syriaca Extract on Lipid Oxidation in Different Food Systems G. Al-bandak, V. Oreopoulou, V. Giannou, E. Dermesonluoglu, P. Taoukis, Athens/GR Lipid Damage Development in Farmed Blackspot Seabream (Pagellus bogaraveo) after Slaughtering and Chilling under an Ozone-including Storage System V. Álvarez, M. Trigo, C. Gil, S.P. Aubourg, Vigo/E

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Scientific Programme – posters Lipid Oxidation, Antioxidants OXI-014













Replacement of Synthetic Antioxidants by Natural Ones in the Diet Supplied to Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch): Effect on Rancidity Development of the Frozen Product J. Ortiz, A. Rodríguez, J.P. Vivanco, G. Concha, M.A. Larraín, S. Muñoz, Santiago/RCH, S.P. Aubourg, Vigo/E Antioxidative Activity of Spices and Tea Extracts in Lipid Fraction of Frozen Meat Products M. Hes, A. Gramza-Michalowska, J. Korczak, Poznan/PL The Antioxidants’ Influence on Changes of Phytosterols of Rapeseed Oil D. Kmiecik, J. Korczak, M. Rudzinska, M. Hes, Poznan/PL Effect of Oxidized Soy Oil and Selected Antioxidants on Quantitative and Qualitative Changes in Thiamine in Meat during Pasteurization K. Szymandera-Buszka, M. Hes, Poznan/PL Composition of Flavonols and Phenolic Acids in Ethanol Extracts from Gingko biloba L. Leaves with Focus on Vegetation Period by SPE-HPLC Method E. Flaczyk, J. Kobus, A. Siger, M. Nogala-Kalucka, Poznan/PL Oleupropein Production from the Leaves of Olea Europaea A.N. Ipekog˘lu, Y.V. Arinci, A. Aras, S. Özgür, Istanbul/TR Pecan Nut [Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh) C. Koch] Shell as a Source of Natural Antioxidants A.C. Prado, A.M. Aragão, R. Fett, J.M. Block, Florianópolis/BR Phenolic Compound Content and Antioxidant Activity of Pecan Nut [Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh) C. Koch] Meal A.C. Prado, A.M. Aragão, R. Fett, J.M. Block, Florianópolis/BR Ionic Liquids as Media for the Enzymatic Preparation of Lipophilic Derivatives of Phenolic Compounds with Increased Antioxidant Potency M.H. Katsoura, A.C. Polydera, Ioannina/GR, S. Kostic-Rajacic, Belgrade/SRB, L. Tsironis, A.D. Tselepis, Ioannina/GR, F.N. Kolisis, Athens/GR, H. Stamatis, Ioannina/GR Comparing Antioxidant Activity of Phenolic Antioxidants using Different Methods T. Rustad, V. Kristinova, Brno/CZ, R. Mozuraityte, I. Storrø, Trondheim/N Kinetic Studies of Lipid Oxidation by Cod and Bovine Hemoglobin A.K. Carvajal, T. Rustad, I. Storrø, Trondheim/N The Effect of Saffron (Crocus Sativus L.) Extracts in Preventing Oils Oxidation A. Kiritsakis, Thessaloniki/GR, K.I. Gkanatsiou, Amyntaio/GR, K. Kiritsakis, Thessaloniki/GR Physical and Chemical Interaction of Surfactants and Hydroperoxides N.A. Trunova, O.T. Kasaikina, Moscow/RUS

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Lipid Oxidation, Antioxidants OXI-027









Antioxidant Activity of Phenolic Extracts from Grape (Vitis vinifera) Skin N. Gamez-Meza, M.D.A. Quijada-Molina, L. A. MedinaJuárez, G.A. González-Aguilar, Hermosillo/MEX Plants of Rosaceae Family as a Possible Source of Antioxidants L. Buricova, A. Cermakova, Prague/CZ, M. Andjelkovic, Ghent/B, Z. Reblova, Prague/CZ, R. Verhe, Ghent/B Antioxidant Potential of Natural Carotenoids against the Oxidative Destabilization of Oil-in Water Emulsions S. Kiokias, C. Dimakou, Athens/GR, T. Varzakas, Kalamata/GR, V. Oreopoulou, Athens/GR Derivatization of 3,4-dihydroxyphenylglycol, a Powerful Antioxidant Isolated from Olive Oil Waste J.L. Espartero, G. Rodriguez, M. Trujillo, A. Lama, A, R. Palma, J. Fernandez-Bolaños, Sevilla/E Tyrosyl Esters. Synthesis and Antioxidant Activity A. Madrona, Sevilla/E, G. Pereira, Jaen/E, M. Trujillo, Sevilla/E, R. Mateos, Jaen/E, J.L. Espartero, F. Alcudia, A. Cert, Sevilla/E Toxicological Effects of Phytosterol Oxidation Products on HepG2-Cells K. Koschutnig, Vienna/A, S. Kemmo, A.-M. Lampi, V. Piironen, Helsinki/FIN, K.-H. Wagner, Vienna/A Comparative Study on the Radical Scavenging Properties of Methanol Extracts of Crocus sativus L., Curcuma longa L. and Origanum hirtum spp. M.Z. Tsimidou, S.A. Ordoudi, N. Nenadis, Athens/GR Chemical Mechanisms of Antilipoperoxyradical Activity of Metallochelates L.A. Tavadyan, Yerevan/ARM, J.R.J. Sorenson, Arkansas, MO/USA, A. Kamal-Eldin, Uppsala/Sweden Measurement of Antioxidant Capacity of Olive Leaf Flavonoids and Secoiridoids by the Use of a Conjugated Triene Assay M. Laguerre, L.J. Lopez Giraldo, G. Piombo, A. Combe, A. Rossignol Castera, M. Pina, M.C. Figueroa-Espinoza, J. Lecomte, P. Villeneuve, Montpellier/F

Biotechnological Applications, By-products BIOT-001


Prospective of 2-methyl Imidazole in Lycopene Production by Blakeslea Trispora with Regards to Yield and Safety Aspects K. Pegklidou, F. Mantzouridou, M.Z. Tsimidou, Thessaloniki/GR Industrial Glycerol from Biodiesel Manufacture in the Production of Beta-carotene by Blakeslea Trispora E. Naziri, F. Mantzouridou, M.Z. Tsimidou, Thessaloniki/GR

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Scientific Programme – posters Biotechnological Applications, By-products BIOT-003











Biomass and Citric Acid Production by Yarrowia lipolytica Cultivated on Olive Oil Mill Wastewaterbased Media S. Papanikolaou, D. Sarris, M. Galiotou Panayotou, M. Komaitis, Athens/GR Optimization of Extraction of Olive (Olea europaea) Leaf Phenolics using Water/Ethanol-based Solvent Systems and Response Surface Methodology D.P. Makris, P. Kefalas, Chania/GR Lipid and Gamma-linolenic Acid Accumulation by Mortierella isabellina growing on Sugar-based Renewable Substrates S. Papanikolaou, A. Chatzifragkou, G. Chryssavgi Gardeli, M. Komaitis, M. Galiotou-Panayotou, Athens/GR Mastering Oil Accumulation in Yeast Y. lipolytica J.M. Nicaud, A. Beopoulos, T. Desfougeres, T. Chardot, Thiverval-Grignon/ F Recovery of Lipid Micro-constituent with Antiatherogenic Properties from Olive Mill Waste Water (OOMWW) using Natural Micro-porous Materials G. Stamatakis, N. Tsantila, H.C. Karantonis, M. Samiotaki, G. Panayotou, C.A. Demopoulos, Athens/GR Enzymatic Production of Cocoa Butter-like Fat from Olive Pomace Oil in a Packed-bed Reactor O.N. Çiftci, S. Fadılog˘lu, Gaziantep/TR, B. Kowalski, Warsaw/PL, F. Gög˘üs, Gaziantep/TR Breeding of High Oleic Acid Content Line by Microspore Culture in Brassica napus L. K. Kim, Y. Kim, Y. Jang, J. Bang, Muan/ROK Biocatalytic Esterification of Phenolic Acids by Immobilized Lipase in Surfactantless Microemulsions and Relative Organogels M. Zoumpanioti, Athens/GR, T. Karandreas, E. Merianou, H. Stamatis, Ioannina/GR, A. Xenakis, Athens/GR Synthesis of Amphipathic Derivatives of Perillyl Glucoside by Lipase-catalysed Esterification in Non-conventional Media E. Xanthakis, S. Magkouta, H. Loutrari, H. Stamatis, F.N. Kolisis, Athens/GR Rib Eye Area of Lambs Fed Palm Kernel Meal from Biodiesel Production F.M. Macome, R.L. Oliveira, A.R. Bagaldo, A.F. Garcez Neto, L.P. Barbosa, I.B. Jesus, T.M. Silva, B.M. Cardoso Neto, Salvador/BR The Palm Kernel (Elaeis guineensis) Meal from Biodiesel Production in Sheep Nutrition: Nutrient Intake M.S. Borja, R.L. Oliveira, A.R. Bagaldo, A.F. Garcez Neto, L.P. Barbosa, T.M. Silva, M.D. Ribeiro, A.S. Nunes, Salvador/BR

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Biotechnological Applications, By-products BIOT-014


Advancement of Technological Process and Quality of Sunflower Meal S. Sredanovic, J. Levic, O. Djuragic, Novi Sad/SRB Biocatalytic Preparation of Mastic Oil Derivatives with Anti-angiogenic Properties using Fungal Laccases and Lipases in Low-water Media A.A. Tzialla, Ioannina/GR, S. Magkouta, Athens/GR, A.A. Taha, Ioannina/GR, E. Loutrari, Athens/GR, E. Kalogeris, D. Gournis, Ioannina/GR, C. Roussos, F.N. Kolisis, Athens/GR, H. Stamatis, Ioannina/GR

Non Edible Uses, Biodiesel NEUS-001 Enzymatic Alcoholysis for Biodiesel Fuel Production from used Frying Oil using Immobilized and Free Lipases J. Tsukamoto, Vitória/BR NEUS-002 Synthesis of Aromatic Triols and Triacids from Oleic and Erucic Acid: Separation and Characterization of the Asymmetric and Symmetric Isomers J. Yue, S.S. Narine, Edmonton, AB/CDN NEUS-003 Effect of Alcohol Type on Alcoholysis of Fat Originated Raw Fleshing M. Tüter, S. Sundu, C. Akça, B.S. Tosun, Istanbul/TR NEUS-004 Production of Methyl Esters from Waste Restaurant Frying Oil for Use as Biodiesel Fuel R.D. Abigor, J.U. Obibuzor, D.A. Okiy, N. Adeyemi, P.O. Uadia, Benin City/WAN NEUS-005 Life Cycle Impact Assessment of the Palm Biodiesel Production C.W. Puah, Y.M. Choo, A.N. Ma, Kajang/MAL NEUS-006 Biodiesel – Optimalization of Water Addition after Transesterification of Vegetable Oils M. Hajek, F. Skopal, J. Pohl, Pardubice/CZ NEUS-007 A Novel Process for Deacidification of High FFA Vegetable Oils and Waste Cooking Oils H. Gürbüz, M. Tunç, S. Türkay, Istanbul/TR NEUS-008 Effect of the Biocatalyst on the Synthesis of Biodiesel C. Otero, E. Hernández-Martín, M. Criado, Madrid/E NEUS-009 Influence of the Polar Content of used Cooking Oils on the Biodiesel Quality S. Ersüngür, V. Van Hoed, Gent/B, J. Maes, N. Zyaykina, Zaventem/B, B. De Meulenaer, Gent/B, W. De Greyt, Zaventem/B, R. Verhé, Gent/B NEUS-010 Comparison of the Compositions of Rapeseed Oil and Tea Seed Oil as Biodiesel Feedstock S. Ersüngür, P. Ilhan, M.G. Ahunbay, S. Türkay, Istanbul/TR NEUS-011 Proportion of Viscera in Lambs Fed Palm Kernel (Elaeis guineensis) Meal from Biodiesel Production B.M. Cardoso Neto, R.L. Oliveira, F.M. Macome, A.R. Bagaldo, A.F. Garcez Neto, L.P. Barbosa, I.B. Jesus, T.M. Silva, Salvador/BR O i l s , F a t s a n d L i p i d s i n t h e 3 rd M i l l e n n i u m

Scientific Programme – posters Non Edible Uses, Biodiesel NEUS-012 Transesterification of Oleic Sunflower Oil to Methyl Esters (Biodiesel) using CaO as a Solid Base Catalyst E. Dimic, Z. Predojevic, R. Romanic, Novi Sad/SRB NEUS-013 Steryl Glucosides in Biodiesel: A Process or Product-related issue C. Echim, Ghent/B, J. Maes, N. Zyanykina, W. De Greyt, Zaventem/B Functional Constituents (Omega-3, Sterols, Nutraceuticals) FUCO-001 Olive Oil Polyphenols Modify Liver Polar Fatty Acid Composition and Inhibit CCl4-induced Hepatotoxicity in Balb/c Mice J. Giacometti, H. Krizan, N. Franjic, A. Buretic-Tomljanovic, Rijeka/HR FUCO-002 Galactolipid Emulsions in Functional Foods B.G. Herslöf, Stockholm/S FUCO-003 The Cholesterol-lowering effect of a Soy Juice enriched with Phytosterols C. Weidner, M. Krempf, J. M. Bard, M. Cazaubiel, Nantes/F, D. Bell, Monheim/D FUCO-004 The Effect of Storage Temperature on the Properties of Diet Oil Supplements A. Kita, Wroclaw/PL, M. Gwozdziowska, Warwas/PL FUCO-005 Production of Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Conjugated Linolenic Acid by Bifidobacterium Species L. Gorissen, Melle/B, K. Raes, Kortrijk/B, F. Leroy, L. De Vuyst, Brussels/B, S. De Smet, Melle/B FUCO-006 Long Chain PUFAs are Differently Metabolized in Breast Cancer Cells and Affect Differently Cell Proliferation P. Corsetto, G. Montorfano, L. Adorni, M. Negroni, P. Berselli, B. Berra, A.M. Rizzo, Milan/I FUCO-007 Effects of various CLA-isomers on Viability, Proliferation and Lipid Metabolism in Breast Epithelial Cells C. Degen, K. Kuhnt, J. Kraft, G. Jahreis Jena/D FUCO-008 Recovery of Squalene from Olive Oil Deodorizer Distillates using Supercritical CO2 N. Akgün, F. Özdemir, Istanbul/TR FUCO-009 The Major Functional Phenolic Constituents (Cyanarin, Chlorogenic Acid, Caffeic Acid) in Artichoke Bracts and Leaves Ö. Tokus¸og˘lu, Manisa/TR, S. Basay, Bursa/TR FUCO-010 Minor Components in Selected Berry Seed Oils and Grapeseed Oils from Different Cultivars V. Van Hoed, M. Andjelkovic, C. Echim, R. Verhé, Gent/B FUCO-011 Carotenoids Concentration of Crude Palm Oil Using Membrane Technology M.C. Chiu, C.M. Coutinho, R. Basso, A.P.B. Ribeiro, R. Grimaldi, L.A.G. Gonçalves, Campinas/BR 6 th E u r o F e d L i p i d C o n g r e s s · 0 7 – 1 0 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 8 · A t h e n s · G r e e c e


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Functional Constituents (Omega-3, Sterols, Nutraceuticals) FUCO-012 Tocopherol and Tocotrienol Contents of Grape Seed from Fourteen Different Cultivars in Korea M. Wie, J. Sung, H.-S. Jeong, J. Lee, Cheongju Chungbuk/ROK FUCO-013 Milk Fat Globule Membrane- Nutraceutical and Biophysical Properties Gh. Akbaridoost, Tehran/IR, M.R. Ehsani, Karaj/IR, M. Ghavami, Tehran/IR FUCO-014 Role of Caseinate-Glycoconjugates in Stabilisation of Microencapsulated Lipophilic Functional Ingredients S. Drusch, Milan/I, S. Berg, Kiel/D, M. Scampicchio, Milan/I, Y. Serfert, Kiel/D, V. Somoza, Garching/D, S. Mannino, Milan/I, K. Schwarz, Kiel/D FUCO-015 Influence of Long-term Intervention with n-3 LC-PUFA on the Fatty Acid Composition of Plasma Lipids and Erythrocyte Membranes in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis or Hypertriglyceridemia C. Dawczysnki, G. Jahreis, Jena/D FUCO-016 Oxidative Stability of Omega-3 Rich Camelina Oil in Food Products D. Ni Eidhin, D. O’Beirne, Limerick/IRL FUCO-017 The Effect of Olive Leaf Supplementation on the Lipid Profile of Blood and Oxidative Stability of Red Blood Cells of Pigs F. Paiva-Martins, S. Barbosa, M. Silva, Porto/P, D. Outor-Monteiro, V. Pinheiro, Vila Real/P, S. Rocha, L. Belo, A. Santos-Silva, Porto/P FUCO-018 Process for the Preparation of Sugarcane Fatty Alcohols Concentrate J.K.A. Wada, D. Barrera-Arellano, Campinas/BR, FUCO-019 Phenolic Compounds in some Special Grape Seed Oils V. Van Hoed, M. Andjelkovic, R. Verhé, Gent/B FUCO-020 Improving the Extraction of Phytosterol-enriched Oil from Kalahari Melon Seeds by Supercritical CO2: Optimisation using Response Surface Methodology C.P. Tan, K.L. Nyam, H. Mirhosseini, Y.B. Che Man, O.M. Lai, K. Long, Serdang/MAL Physical Properties PHYS-001 Physical Properties of Interpenetrating Polymer Networks Produced from Canola Oil Based Polyurethane and Poly (methyl methacrylate) X.K. Kong, S.S. Narine, Edmonton, AB/CND PHYS-002 Stop-and-Return DSC Method to Study Fat Crystallization I. Foubert, Kortrijk/B, E. Fredrick, J. Vereecken, M. Sichien, K. Dewettinck, Ghent/B

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Scientific Programme – posters Physical Properties PHYS-003 Crystallisation, Polymorphism and Melting Properties of Triglycerides obtained by Dry Fractionation of Milk Fat Elucidated using the Coupling of X-ray Diffraction and DSC C. Lopez, Rennes/F PHYS-004 Effect of Sphingomyelinase on Sphingomyelin containing Lipid Model Membranes B. Boulgaropoulos, P. Laggner, G. Pabst, Graz/A PHYS-005 Adsorption from Supercritical Solution M.H. Chuang, M. Johannsen, Hamburg/D PHYS-006 Relation between the Texture and Flavor Acceptability of Fat Spreads J. Dostalova, P. Stern, Prague/CZ, P. Seifert, Usti nad Labem/CZ, Z. Panovska, J. Pokorny, Prague/CZ PHYS-007 Influence of the Incorporation of Soy Lecithin and PGPR on Rheological Properties of Chocolate K.M. Cunha, Ponta Grossa/BR, V. Luccas, Campinas/BR, L.B. Quast, Ponta Grossa/BR, L.A.G. Gonçalves, Campinas/BR PHYS-008 Thermal Behavior of Carboxylic Salts in the Presence of Catalysts: Implication for LTC B. Weber, E. Schlich, E. A. Stadlbauer, Giessen/D PHYS-009 Whippability of Whipped Oil with High-melting Fats: Evidence of Adsorption of Fat Crystals at Air-oil Surfaces S. Mishima, A. Suzuki, S. Ueno, K. Sato, Higashi-Hiroshima/J PHYS-010 Thermodynamic and Structural Changes Associated to the Interaction of a Dirhamnolipid Biosurfactant with Bovine Serum Albumin A. Ortiz, M. Sanchez, F.J. Aranda, J.A. Teruel, Murcia/E PHYS-011 Interaction of trehalose Lipid with Saturated Phosphatidylethanolamine Membranes F.J. Aranda, J.A. Teruel, A. Ortiz, Murcia/E Lipids in Pharmaceutics PHARM-001 Investigation of Stratum Corneum Lipid Model Membranes with Free Fatty Acids Composition by Neutron Diffraction N.Y. Ryabova, M.A. Kiselev, Dubna/RUS, S. Dante, Th. Hauss, Berlin/D, A.M. Balagurov, Dubna/RUS Palm Oil PALM-001 Preparation of Ultraviolet Curable Resin from Kernel Oil N. Jiratumnukul, P. Pichayanan, Bangkok/T PALM-002 Palm Oil Oxidation in the Presence of Catalyst for Hydroxylation V.I. Lesin, L.M. Pisarenko, O.T. Kasaikina, Moscow/RUS

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Palm Oil

Scientific Programme – posters Frying Oils and Frying Technologies

PALM-003 Codes of Practice in the Malaysian Palm Oil Industry A. Kuntom, M.B. Wahid, R. Baharuddin, Kuala Lumpur/MAL PALM-004 Chemical vs. Enzymatic Interesterification with Special Reference to Palm Oil Products N. Habi Mat Dian, I. Nuzul Amri, I. Nor Aini, Kajang/MAL PALM-005 The Accumulation of Tocotrienol in Egg Yolk of H & N Hens Fed with Commercial and MPOB-HIE Rations O. Atil, M. Mohammad, F. Mohd Subakir, E. Mohd Hata, A.R. Ahmad Zohdi, J. Roslan, Kuala Lumpur/MAL PALM-006 Formation of Molecular Compound Crystals in Binary Mixture of POP and OPO in Solution E. Ikeda, R. Miyamoto, S. Ueno, K. Sato, Higashi Hiroshima/J PALM-007 Fat Acid Characterization of the Licury [Syagrus coronata (Martius) Beccari] Oil to Animal Nutrition Use A.F. Garcez Neto, L.S. Lima, R.L. Oliveira, L.P. Barbosa, A.R. Bagaldo, N.B. Santana Filho, R.D.X. Ribeiro, G.G. Barreto, Salvador/BR PALM-008 Zero trans Fat Production using Palm Oil, Palm Stearin and Fully Hydrogenated Soybean Oil for Food Application L.A.G. Gonçalves, J.A. Wada, Campinas/BR, L.A. Gioielli, São Paulo/BR PALM-009 Utilization of Palm Oil Breakdown Products by Cryptococcus curvatus N.J. Leeuw, M. Joseph, C.H. Pohl, J.L.F. Kock, Bloemfontein/ZA PALM-010 Green Surfactants for Your Detergents H. Abu Hassan, R. Ismail, Z. Abd Maurad, S. Ahmad, Selangor/MAL PALM-011 Palm-based Esterquats for Fabric Softeners H. Abu Hassan, H. Abdul Aziz, I. Zainab, Y. Amiyati Yusof, Kuala Lumpur/MAL PALM-012 Phytonutrients in Different Stages of Oil Palm Fruits Development M.H. Ng, Selangor/MAL, Y.M. Choo, M. Basri Wahid, Kajang/MAL




FRY-007 FRY-008






Frying Oils and Frying Technologies FRY-001

FRY-002 FRY-003

Effect of Deep Frying Oil on Oxidative Stress and Blood Pressure in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats Y.F. Lu, P.L. Yen, Taipei/RC Changes of Phytosterols during Heating Rapeseed Oil D. Kmiecik, J. Korczak, M. Rudzinska, J. Kobus, Poznan/PL The Influence of Heating on the Content of Native Tocopherols in Rapeseed Oil after Various Stages of Processing A. Siger, D. Kmiecik, M. Nogala-Kalucka, J. Korczak, J. Kobus, Poznan/PL

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FRY-014 FRY-015


Study by 1H Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of the Evolution of Virgin Olive Oil Composition under Frying Conditions M.D. Guillen, P. Sancho, Vitoria/E Effect of Hydrocolloids on Quality Attribute of Potato French Fries H.O. Mirzaei, A. Daraei, Gorgan/IR Investigation of the Effects of Pre Drying and Hydrocolloids on Oil Uptake and Quality of Potato French Fries H.O. Mirzaei, A. Draei, Gorgan/IR Oxidative Stability of Deep-frying Oils J. Fritsche, K.D. Placke, K.K. Kleeberg, Hamburg/D Microconstituents of Pan-fried French Fries in Oils Enriched with Olive Leaf Extract F.N. Salta, A. Chiou, N. Kalogeropoulos, N.K. Andrikopoulos, Athens/GR Pan-frying of French Fries in Oils Enriched with Olive Leaf Extract: Oxidative Stability, Total Polyphenol Content, and Antioxidant Capacity F.N. Salta, A. Chiou, G. Boskou, N.K. Andrikopoulos, Athens/GR Oleuropein in French Fries during the Successive Deep-frying in Sunflower Oil Enriched with Olive Leaf Extract A. Chiou, V. Karpathiou, A. Gkioxari, N.K. Andrikopoulos, Athens/GR Effect of Temperature, Lipid Medium and Antioxidants in Potatoes Oil Uptake during Domestic Deep-frying A. Matias, C.M.M. Duarte, Oeiras/P Quality Improvement of Used Frying Oil by Modified Active Carbon Adsorption W. Chwialkowski, B. Buczek, Cracow/PL Improving Soybean Oil for Food and Industrial Uses T. Ulmasov, T. Voelker, A. Mroczka, P. Roberts, B. Schreckengost, N. Wagner, P. Hoffer, G. Keithly, S. Hess, E. Godsy, G. Klopf, J. Heise, V. Makadia, G. Ahmed, St. Louis, MO and Davis, CA/USA Effect of Frying on Changes of Quality Rapeseed Oil A. Lesniak, W. Chwialkowski, Cracow/PL Monitoring Total Polar Compounds and trans Fatty Acids formed in Rice Bran Oil during the Deep-frying Process T. Ariyapitipun, A. Glin-gosum, V. Lacornsri, J. Palakawong-Na-Ayudhaya, S. Pungwattanakul, A. Thongkul, J. Udompol, S. Adisukwattana, W. Dahlan, Bangkok/T The Quality of Fried Foods in South Africa M. Joseph, V.J. Reid, C.H. Pohl, A. Hugo, A. Van Wyk, J.L.F. Kock, Bloemfontein/ZA

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Frying Oils and Frying Technologies FRY-017

Deep-frying Assessment of Enzymatically-Synthesized Medium- and Long Chain Triayclglycerols (MLCT) O.M. Lai, S.P. Koh, N. Arigin, C.P. Tan, Serdang/MAL, M.S.A. Yusoff, Banting/MAL, K. Long, Serdang/MAL

Other Topics OTTO-001 A Kinetic Study of the curing Reaction of Linseed Oil Epoxidized Methyl-esters with different Anhydrides by using Differential Scanning Calorimetry D.S. Martini, D.S. Samios, Porto Alegre/BR OTTO-002 Olfactory Analysis of Palm Olein and Cottonseed Oils and their Various Mixtures F. Seifollahi, M. Bahmaei, M. Ameri, Tehran/IR OTTO-003 Insecticide Residues Tanslocation from Storage Structures and Handling Equipment to Oilseeds during Storage S. Dauguet, J.P. Loison, J. Evrard, Pessac/F OTTO-004 Effect of Hen Egg Intake on the Bone Metabolism and Density of Normal and Streptozotocin-diabetic Mice N. Shirai, Tsukuba/J OTTO-005 Overview of Butter Production in the World and Turkey Markets A. Kavaz, I. Bakirci, Erzurum/TR OTTO-006 Comparison of Butter and Margarine for Some Properties T. Erkaya, A. Kavaz, M. Sengül, I. Bakirzi, Erzurum/TR OTTO-007 Sensory Evaluation and Consumer Acceptance of Mayonnaises with Addition of Walnut, Linseed and Corn Oils A. Perl Piricki, T. Moslavac, Osijek/HR, S. Sikra, Cepin/HR, K. Popovic, Osijek/HR OTTO-008 The Effect of Physical Activity on the Blood Lipid Levels D. Oplopiadis, Thessaloniki/GR OTTO-009 Thermal and Structural Properties of the obtained Products by the Reaction of Linseed Oil Epoxidized Methyl-esters with Different Anhydrides in Solution D. dos Santos Martini, A. Lygeros das Chagas, D. Samios, Porto Alegre/BR OTTO-010 Effect of selected Thio Compounds on Melanin Formation P.D. Duh, H.L. Chua, B.S. Wang, Tainan/RC OTTO-011 Quality Evaluation during Storage of Pecan Nuts [Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh) C. Koch] in Different Packaging T. Oro, R.D.M.C. Amboni, Florianópolis/ BR, D. Barrera-Arellano, Campinas/BR OTTO-012 Inhibition of Lipolysis in Milk by Proteose Peptone M. Seng˘ül, T. Erkaya, Erzurum/TR O i l s , F a t s a n d L i p i d s i n t h e 3 rd M i l l e n n i u m

sponsors The organisers gratefully acknowledge support by the following Companies, Bodies and Institutions (as of 26 March 2008): Gold Sponsor

n.v Desmet Ballestra Group s.a., Zaventem, Belgium

Silver Sponsor

Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Bronze Sponsor

GEA Westfalia Separator, Oelde, Germany

Other Sponsors Bruker Optik GmbH, Ettlingen, Germany Eurofins Analytik GmbH, Hamburg, Germany Gerstenberg Schröder, Broendby, Denmark Körting AG, Hannover, Germany Novozymes A/S, Bagsvaerd, Denmark Süd-Chemie AG, Moosburg, Germany Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany

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65 other congress events

Sunday, 07 September 2008

Guest and Social Programme 11:00


Scientific Committee 7th Euro Fed Lipid Congress 2009, Graz, Austria Committee Meeting Room Delta

Tuesday, 09 September 2008


Meeting of the Turkish Delegates Committee Meeting Room Delta All Turkish delegates are invited to take part in discussing ways of increasing the working relationship between Euro Fed Lipid and the Turkish Fats and Oils research and industry. Bütün Türkçe Temsilcileri: Euro Fed Lipid arasında çalıs¸an ilis¸kinin, ve Türkiye‘yi besledig˘ini artırmaya yolları tartıs¸makta yer almak için davet edilir.

Tuesday, 09 September 2008

17:30 – 19:00

Opening Mixer The opening mixer will take place on Sunday, 07 September 2008, 17:30-19:00 in the poster area. Registration is free, but required.

Euro Fed Lipid Board Meeting Committee Meeting Room Delta

Monday, 08 September 2008

Sunday, 07 September 2008


Euro Fed Lipid General Assembly Hall Ypsilon 4-5 Euro Fed Lipid members are cordially invited to participate.

Tuesday, 09 September 2008

Departure 19:30

Congress Dinner Enjoy an evening at the seafront! The congress dinner will take place on Tuesday, 09 September at the Balux-Café, which is beautifully located on the Glyfada Asteras beach. Glyfada is one of Athens most luxurious and wealthiest suburbs. From the glass covered room you will enjoy a unique and fantastic sea view. With its beautiful © Asteras Glyfada water and fine sand, Asteras has always been one of the best and trendiest beaches around Athens with a strong cosmopolitan flavour. An interesting thing about Asteras are the ruins of the temple of Apollo at the back of the beach. Buses leave 19:30 in front of the Interconti Return at approximately 23:30 Cost: 75 e per person including bus transfer and drinks.

Job Market There will be designated „Job Market“ poster walls to post vacancies or job applications. No registration is required, this being a free of charge service. Employers who wish to post job offers or applicants who wish to post CVs are asked to simply fix their offers at the designated posters walls near the congress office. Poster Award The best poster on display will receive the Euro Fed Lipid poster award – a one year free subscription to the European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology. The award is sponsored by Wiley-VCH. O i l s , F a t s a n d L i p i d s i n t h e 3 rd M i l l e n n i u m

Terms and Conditions for Guest and Social Programmes Please collect your tickets at the registration desk. All tours will be accompanied by an English-speaking Tour Guide. The number of places for all events is limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Cancellations are nonrefundable. A minimum number of participants is required on each tour, should the minimum number not be met, the organizer may cancel the tour and inform of its decision within ample time. Purchased tickets will then be refunded. Further recourse is excluded. 6 th E u r o F e d L i p i d C o n g r e s s · 0 7 – 1 0 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 8 · A t h e n s · G r e e c e


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Sunday, 07 September 2008

Guest and Social Programme Monday 08 September 2008

Half day Athens City Tour Guided bus tour with an English-speaking guide

Full day Cruise to the islands Aegina, Poros and Hydra with lunch on board

The first stop will be at the Panathinaikon Stadium, where the first modern Olympic Games were held in 1896. Should you wish, you may run a lap!

Here you will be taken by coach to Trokadero harbour to embark on the cruise ship sailing for the Saronic Gulf. First stop will be Aegina, a verdant island known for its great production of colourful pistachios. The Island has a lovely capital full of fine neoclassical buildings and narrow alleys. You will be able to visit the 5th century BC temple of Aphaia which is located in an area full of olive and pine trees, overlooking the deep blue sea.

Followed by the President’s Palace guarded by the Evzones, the bus will continue to the city’s centre, Syntagma square enabling you to see the House of the Parliament and the monument of the Unknown Soldier. The University avenue that follows is full of Neoclassical palaces and buildings; the fine house of Heinrich Schliemann, the impressive National Academy, the conservative State University of Athens and the very rich and symmetrical National Library. The Omonia Square is surrounded by a combination of modern and neoclassical © Vangelis Thomaidis (fotolia.com) architecture. The closer you come to the Acropolis, the more ancient monuments become: the fine temple of Zeus with its Corinthian pillars and the Arch of the Emperor Hadrian. Mastering all of the above, you © Dendy Asrari (fotolia.com) will visit the imposing Acropolis. The Athenian Acropolis stands alone in its unique combination of grandeur, beauty and historical associations. This rocky height, traditionally connected with Pelasgi, was the original city and the abode of the early kings and their courts. The Acropolis consists of Propylaia, the Temple of Wingless Victory, the Parthenon, the Erechtheion and the museum of Acropolis.

You will then sail on to Poros, with its imposing historic clock visible from a distance on top of the highest hill, among prickly pears and pine trees. Poros is the island of peace, romance and jauntiness. Poros composes of two islands, Sphairia and Kalavria. Kalavria at first was offered to the god Apollo and he gave it over to the god Poseidon in return for Delphi. Sphairia is a volcanic rock. In mythology, Aithra founded in Sphairia the temple of Athena Apatoria in honour of her encounter with the god Poseidon. In the north part of the island there are the ruins of Poseidon‘s Temple, which was built in 520 BC. The last stop will be in Hydra, a beautiful island lying in the archipelago called the Argo-Saronic. Hydra is situated between the islands of Poros and Spetses, near the coast of the eastern foot of the Peloponnese. What makes Hydra unique is the fact that it has escaped modern development. Due to its strict architectural conservation laws, the island does not have any high rise developments, thus preserving the beauty of the is© Horst Weinberg (fotolia.com) land and adding to its cosmopolitan character. It’s extremely picturesque, full of red-tiled houses and stone-paved narrow alleys.

Costs: 45 e per person including all entrance fees (without lunch) Duration: 3-4 hours Departure: 11:00 from the Hotel Intercontinental Return: approximately 15:00 at the Intercontinental Minimum Number: 30 guests Maximum Number: 50 guests Booked tickets can be picked up at the congress office on 07 September from 09:00

Return to Trokadero harbour in the evening and transfer back to the hotel by coach.

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Costs: 85 e per person including lunch on board and all entrance fees. Departure: 07:50 from the Hotel Intercontinental Return: approximately 19:50 at the Intercontinental Hotel Minimum Number: 30 guests Maximum Number: 50 guests


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Tuesday, 09 September 2008 Half day tour to the Corinth Canal and Corinth Leaving Athens and driving South West, the tour will include visits to the Corinth Canal and the Ancient town of Corinth. The concept of cutting a canal through the Isthmus of Corinth to link the Ionian and Aegean seas was first proposed by the tyrant Periander, founder of Ancient Corinth. The magnitude of the task defeated him, so he opted instead to build a paved slipway across which sailors dragged small ships on rollers, a method used until the 13th century. Nero, Rome’s most infamous emperor, inaugurated an attempt in 67 AD with his golden spade, but it was finally completed in 1893. You can walk across a bridge over the canal now used for smaller commercial ships and private yachts alike. Blessed with a superb location and fertile plains making it virtually an impregnable refuge, excavations have revealed that Ancient Corinth was once a rich and powerful city. It survived numerous invasions but was ultimately © fotolia.com brought down by earthquakes. St. Paul lived and worked in Corinth for 18 months, making converts where he could and leaving for posterity the Bible‘s Letters to the Corinthians. The Bema (platform) where the Roman governor tried him is still visible.

g e n e rP ar lo gi nr faomrmmea t i o n Location The congress will take place at the Hotel Intercontinental Athenaeum 89-93 Syngrou Avenue 11745 Athens Greece Hotel Phone Front Desk: +30 210 9206000 Hotel Fax: +30 210 9206500 How to get there Eleftherios Venizelos Airport (ATH) is served by numerous airlines offering services to a multitude of destinations. For an overview see www.aia.gr. The distance to the city centre is 33 km, a taxi costs approximately 25-30 e. Traffic permitting, the ride will take 45 min. For bus, metro and suburban rail connections see www.aia.gr. Congress Office The Congress Office, located in the foyer, will be open on: Sunday 07 September 12:00 – 19:00 * Monday 08 September 08:00 – 19:00 Tuesday 09 September 08:00 – 18:00 Wednesday 10 September 08:00 – 14:00 * City tour tickets can be picked up from 09:00

You’ll see one of Corinth’s most striking ancient buildings, the Temple of Apollo, seven of whose original columns are still standing. You’ll walk through the remains of the Market Place, a colonnaded square once surrounded by many small shops, and see the celebrated Fountain of Priene, which has produced water since the earliest times, and the Lechaion Road, formerly the main thoroughfare to the port of Lechaion.

Phone Congress Office: +30 210 92026000 (Congress Duration only) E-Mail: [email protected]

A short stop at the Site of the Ancient Port of Cehries, where St. Paul disembarked, will conclude the tour.

Café Zoe – Café Zoe strikes just the right balance of modern international fare and classic Greek favourites in an elegantly hip setting.

Costs: 50 e per person without lunch Duration: 6,5 hours Departure: 08:50 from the Hotel Intercontinental Return: approximately 15:30 at the Intercontinental Minimum Number: 30 guests Maximum Number: 50 guests

For your convenience a daily buffet lunch offering a wide selection of hot and cold meals is available to all delegates at a special reduced rate. Bookings are essential and can be made on the congress registration form.

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Lunches Sunday 07 – Wednesday 10 September 2008

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Registration Please register online at: www.eurofedlipid.org/meetings/athens or complete the enclosed registration form (one form per participant) and return it to: Euro Fed Lipid P.O. Box 90 04 40 D-60444 Frankfurt/Main Germany

After registration you will receive an invoice. This invoice is available directly with the online registration procedure (please make sure to print it as last step!)

Phone: +49 69 7917 345 Fax +49 69 7917 564 Returning the form no later than 25 July 2008 will guarantee the early bird fee. Registration is valid after receipt at the Euro Fed Lipid headquarters. Conference tickets will be handed out at the registration desk. Registration Fees Category

until 25 July

after 25 July

Euro Fed Lipid members* and employees of member companies

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Students (Euro Fed Lipid member with poster presentation**) other Students (proof required)

The registration fee includes: Entry to the scientific programme, poster sessions and workshops Book of abstracts List of participants Free registration for the opening mixer Coffee Break beverages

* Euro Fed Lipid Members are direct members as well as members of AFECG, Czech Chemical Society (Oils & Fats Group), DGF, GERLI, Greek Lipidforum, KNCV (Oils & Fats Group), Nordic Lipidforum, METE (Hungarian Scientific Society for Food Industry, Vegetable Oil Division), Polish Food Technologists Society, (Oils & Fats Section) SCI (Oils & Fats Group) or SISSG (Societá Italiana per lo Studio delle Sostanze Grasse). ** The student status is granted to undergraduate, postgraduate and Ph.D. students. Please provide suitable proof of your student status with the registration (e.g. copy of the student card, confirmation of the institute or similar). Registration fees are not subject to value added tax (In accordance with §4 Nr. 22a UStG of the German Tax Law).

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Paying by Bank Transfer: Please transfer the total fees (free of bank commission) to: Euro Fed Lipid Dresdner Bank AG, Frankfurt/ Main Account No. 4 900 133 00 BLZ 500 800 00 (Routing Number) IBAN DE 80 5008 0000 0490 0133 00 SWIFT-BIC: DRES DE FF Please quote your reference number. Paying by Credit Card We accept Visa, MasterCard and AMEX Cancellation Cancellations received on or before 25 July 2008 will be refunded minus a 50 e processing fee. After that date, 50% of the paid registration fee will be refunded. There will be no refund for cancellations after 05 September 2008 and for no-shows. Substitute participants can be named anytime without additional costs. If the congress is cancelled for whatever reason, paid fees will be refunded. Further recourse is excluded. Further Information Euro Fed Lipid e.V. P.O. Box 90 04 40 D-60444 Frankfurt/Main Germany Phone: +49 69 7917 345 Fax: +49 69 7917 564 E-Mail: [email protected] www.eurofedlipid.org

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73 g e n e r a l i n f o r m at i o n Hotel Accommodation The venue of the congress and the official hotel is the Hotel Intercontinental Athenaeum 89-93 Syngrou Avenue 11745 Athens Greece Hotel Phone Front Desk: +30 210 9206000 Hotel Fax: +30 210 9206500 For your convenience we have reserved a number of hotel rooms in this 5-star hotel in the city centre of Athens. To get the special rate of 195-215 e (single room, different types available) or 210-230 e (double room)

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please make use of the online reservation available at the congress webpage www.eurofedlipid.org/meetings/athens or fill in the enclosed fax reservation form. Alternative hotels starting from 38 e are also available via the online reservation. Important: Your hotel booking is processed by our local partner Triaena Tours and Congress S.A. 15 Mesogion Ave, Atchley House 115 26 Athens Greece Phone: +30 210 7499300, Fax: +30 210 7705752 E-Mail: [email protected] If you have any questions or requests regarding accommodation please contact Triaena Tours directly! The Euro Fed Lipid headquarters has no information about the hotels or the booking situation!

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